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THE AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE 

OF THS 

FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



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AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL 



EXfflBITION ASSOCIATION OF TORONTO, 

HELD m THE NEW EXHIBITION TASK, 

. . nr THB 

CITY OF TORONTO. 

OPEN FROM SEPTEMBER ist TO SEPTEMBER 19th, 

1879. 






ffiSCOOO IN PRIZES 

FOR LITE STOCK AND POULTRY, DAIRY, AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICUL- 
TURAL PRODUCTS, IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, MANUFACTURES, 
FINE ARTS, LADIES' WORK, &c. 4c 

COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL THE WORLD. 



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COPP, CLARK A CO., 47 FRONT ST. EAST, TORONTO. 



70:E& STJE»3D3EaiOiaiT-3r 



Thos. Dalies & Co's Lager Beer, Ales and Porter, 



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ARC 8HOWIKO IN THKIR 



STAPLE DEPARTMENT 



THE LAKQEST AND HOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT THET HAVE EVER SHOWN IN 



We show 
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FLANNELS, BLANKETS, PRINTS, DUCKS. DENIMS, TICKINGS, I ^y^j^, 
COTTONADES, WINCEY AND COTTON SHIRTINQS, TABLE 

LINENS, ROUGH BROWNS, TOWELS & TOWELLINGS, Tixree 

. COTTONS, COTTON YARNS AND BAGS. 



ALL BOUGHT FOR CASH WHEN THE MARKETS WERE AT THE LOWEST 
POINT AND WILL BE SOLD AT CLOSE PRICK." 



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IN THE CARPET DEPARTMENT 

WK HAVS A HAONIFIOXNT STOCK OF 

HEMP AND DUTCH CARPETS, 

ALSO, A LARQE STOCK OF * 

American Carpets, Table Oil doths, Floor Oil Cloths, 

QUILTS, CURTAINS, COVERS, 
DOOR MATS, HEARTH RUGS, &c. 



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IN THE STUFF BOOM 

We show a special lot of 6,500 pieces of DRESS WINCEYS, the cheapest goods -/rv 
have ever offered. Also, 5,000 doz. of f and | Linrn Handkerchibts. 

ALSO, HAVE SPBCIAL STYLES COMnKED TO THE HOUSE IN 

^nss §aads, gweei gffects, §»meh §m §hth 

DAMASSE CLOTHS. 

Tliree special lines in Canadian Shirts and Drawers. Black Lustres (Umcom Brand) 
confined to the house. Ladies' akd Gents' Scarfs, Tiep, &o. 

We are showing some special lines in BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH MANTLES, 
SQUABS: and long shawls, wool goods, and extra vali..! in 

BLACK AND COLORED SILKS AND SATINS. 

IN HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT 

We show Buttons and Braids of all kinds, Elastic, Silk and Cotton Tapes, Pins, 
Needles, Knitting Cotton, Boot Laces, Spool and Crochet Cotton. 

IN THE WOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Fingering, Berlin and Fleecy Wool, Lady Betty and Merino Wools, also Wo<jI 

Work in every variety and style. 

IN GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. 



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Shirts, all makes, Collars, Cuffs, Braces, Umbrellas, Satchels, &c. 

We are showing also a magnificent display of JAPANESE FANCY GOODS, and a 
large variety of English, French, American and German Fancy Goods. 

IN THE WOOLLEN DEPARTMENT 



We have an unusual large stock of English, Scotch and Canadian Woollens. 



21, 23, 25, 27 Wellington Street East, 
30, 32, 34 Front Street East, 



TORONTO. 



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AUTHORIZCD CATALOOUB. 



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TOK/OnSTTO. 




THIS ELEGANT HOTEL 

Has been thoroughly renovated, and now oflFers 
the best accommodation for the Travelling Public. 
Its Rooms are large, high and airy ; its Table and 
Service are kept at the highest standard, and 
first-class in all its appointments. A pleasant 
Family House for those who prefer retired and 
quiet Hotel life. 



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Rooms from S2 50 to $3 50 per Day. 

JBJLT13: laOOli^S EXTH-A.. 



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McGAW & WINNBTT. 



SEPTEMBER, 1879. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



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InduHtrial Exhibitions, tbe exponents of civilization, imhistry, social advance- 
ment and national prosjMjrity, have wielded their intluenoe for several contiirieK. 
Historians refer their origin to the days of Ahasuerus, when he exhibited *' th«f 
riches of his kingdom, an hundred and fourscore days." It is not necessary for 
us to trace the progress of exhibitions so far back, but it may l>e interesting to 
know that the Arst Industrial Exhibition, since the Christian era, was held in 
Venice in 1208. This was not merely of a local character, but included a di»s- 
play of articles illustrative of the industries of vaiious countries. 

During the same century International Fairs were instituted for the sale and 
exchange of goods ; some of these are continued to the pi*esent day. It is to 
Kngland and France that the world is most indebted for the inauguration of 
industrial competitive exhibitions. In the 17th century the Society of Arts in 
Ijondon and the Government of France, aided and sup{K)rted the advancement of 
exhibitions for arts and manufactures. 

Industrial Exhibitions are the means of creating a healthy stimuluii to industry 
and exciting emulation among our agriculturists and manufacturers. This is of 
importance to all countries, and esf>ecially so to a new country like Canada. W<> 
have an area of about 3,000,000 square miles of land, of which upward of 
2,000,000 are agricultural and timbered lands, we have an abundance of valuable 
minerals, and our natural resources are not surpassed by any other country. Our 
wheat zone extends over 1,000,000 square miles, in addition we have abundant 
grazing pasture, extensive forests of timber, and lakes and rivers abounding witli 
fresh water fishes of every desci-iption. With the large tield of Grciit Britain as 
our export market for our food products we have immense mines of wealth in 
l»rospect. Our govejuiment and municipal laws all tend to the prosperity of o\ir 
country ; the enormous development of our educational system within the pa»st 
twenty years has fostered an interest in practical knowledge of vast importance 
to our advancement as a nation. Our daily and weekly paiiers team with infor- 
mation showing the recent improvements in agriculture, ai*ts and manufactures ; 
our Government fosters and encourages the formation of Provincial Fail's, Agi-i- 
cultural Societies, Mechanics' Institutes, and Dairymen's an<l Fruit Growers' 
Associations, which hold out inducements for the importation of improved live 
.stock for breeding purposes, and for advancement in the preparation of food 
pixtducts and agricultural and domestic manufactures. 

With a just appreciation of these facts, a few of our prominent citizens con- 
sidered that we are now in a position for the establishment of a i)ermanent 
Industrial Exhibition. The City Council of Toronto were induced to consider a 
scheme for the formation of an annual exhibition, which finally led to the forma- 
tion and incorporation of this Association, whose first resolution was, tliat a Per- 
manent Annual Exhibition, under joint management, should be established and 
maintained in the City of Toronto, for the encouragement of Agriculture, Horti- 
culture, Arts and Manufactures, and tkat the first of sach exhibitions should be 
held during the first three weeks of September, 1879. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE — INTRODUCTIOK. 



It was reaolved that the Association should consist of the following represen- 
tatives from public bodies : The Mayor, Treasurer, and City Council of Toronto, 
12 members; the Dii-ectors of the Electoral District Society of Toronto, 12 mem- 
bers; the Manufacturer's Association, 6 members; and two representatives from 
each of the following Societies, Associations, &c. : York County Council, Ontario 
Society of Arts, Toronto Mechanics' Institute, Toronto Horticultural Society, 
Toronto Board of Trade, Stock Breeders' Association, Dairymen's Association, 
Fruit Grower's Association, Canadian Institute, Lumbermen's Association . 
College of Pharmacy, Education Department, and one each from the Millers' 
Association and Com Exchange. 

At the first Annual Meeting held on the second Tuesday in Febmary, 187!), 
the following officers were elected : President, John J. Withrow ; First Vic«!- 
President, W. F. McMoster; Second Vice-President, Wm. Rennie; Managei- 
and Treasurer, Jas. McGeej Solicitor, W. G. Mc Williams; Secretary, H. J. 
Hill ; also a Board of twenty Directors. Committees of Management wen^ 
appointed for Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, Poultry, Agricultural Implements 
and Tools, Agricultural Products, Dairy Products, Horticultural Products, Fine 
Arts Department, Industrial Department, Manufactures, Machinery and Tools, 
Chemical Manufactures and Pharmaceutical Preparations, Natural History, 
Grievances, J udges, Beception and Transportation. 

The first business of the Association was to make their financial arrangements 
by which they proposed to secure a cash fwnd of over $30,000, two-thirds of 
which was to be distributed as Prizes. 

It is gratifying to state that their appeal for g^nts of money from the City and 
County Councils, and vaiious Societies, together with subscriptions from pri- 
vate individuals, have been generously responded to, and the Officers of the 
Association have been able to make improvements, by the alteration of old build- 
ings and the erection of new buildings on the Exhibition Ground of last year, 
which will make the accommodation superior to any previously afibrded in 
Canada. This of coui'se involved a considerable expenditure of money ; but it is 
money well expended. The OfficeiB and Committee have done wonders in sup- 
j)lying the necessary requirements for the proper display of the exhibits, and the 
comfort and convenience of visitors. A cureful consideration of the deficiencies 
of last year, when the Provincial Exhibition was held, has enabled them to over- 
come these obstacles. They have erected new buildings, modified and improved 
old buildings, and made the necessary changes to impart what is intended, viz. : 
a permanent character, and an adaptabiility of each building to the purpose foi' 
which it is intended. 

The principal buildings are : 

1. The Main Building. — This is built in the Crystal Palace style of architec 
ture; it is 292 feet long, 64 feet wide, and from the ground to the top of the 
fiag-stafi*, surmounting the Dome, 185 feet high. It bos two tiers of galleries 
extending around the whole building, ranging fh>m 16 to 32 feet wide; these are 
approached by eight sets of beautiful and wide staircases with oak steps and 
balustrades. This building is well ventilated, having over one hundred Patent 
Ventilators. 

2. The Agricultural Hall has a very pleasing appearance; it is built of oma 
mented wood with ventilating cupolas, and is well fitted with all the necessary 
appliances offices, &c. It is 102 feet in length and 52 feet in width. 



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of Toronto, 
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Associatiou, 
Assooiation. 
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; First Vice- 
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Implements 
roducts, Fine 
7 and Tools, 
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3. T/m Agricultural Implement Building is built in the form of a gi*088, having 
one section 332 feet and the other 188 feet long. The centre is fitted up with 
over 1,000 feet of line of Shafting, driven from eight different points, by poi-tablo 
steam engines, which will be used for working the machineiy exhibited. This is 
provided by the Association, enabling Exhibitors to exhibit their Implements 
and Machines in motion, at much less expense than if each exhibitor had to 
supply power and shafting for working their own exhibits. This will, no doubt, 
>)e one of the most interesting and important buildings on the ground. Our 
recent successful display of Agricultural Implements at Paris, and the develop- 
ment of the extensive export trade which has followed that exhibit, is a proof 
of the excellency, superiority and cheapness of our Agricultural Implements, 
and of a growing trade in this direction. 

4. The Stables, Cattle Sheds, Sheep Pens.— There are 14 Stables ; 18 Cattle 
Sheds ; and several Sheep and Pig Pen builduigs, all neatly and tastefully dec<>- 
mt«d, and what is of more importance, amply provided with a supply of water 
fi-om our City water works. 

The importance of our Horse and Cattle Show has been taken into considera- 
tion by providing the most approved conveniences for them ; it being well known 
that the future wealth and prosperity of this country will be greatly enhanced by 
the breeding and raising of improved breeds of live stock. 

5. The Poultry Building. — ^This is a neat building, also in the form of a cross, 
being 218 feet from east to west, and 85 feet from north to south. It is 28 feet 
wide, having an ample supply of water. 

G. Hatching House. — ^This building is fitted for hatching chickens by steam. 
The first eggs were placed in the apparatus on the 7th of August, so tJiat the first 
liatch will take place about the Ist Sept. Successive hatchings will take place 
daily during the Exhibition. An extra fee of 10 cents is charged to enter the 
building, in order to defray the great outlay in fitting up the steam apparatus, <bc. 

7. The Machinery Hall. — This is a spacious building, having a handsomi^ 
appearance, being surmounted with a tower 78 feet high. The building is 20'J 
feet in length, and 72 feet in width, with a large boiler-house attached. The 
machinery will be dri>'en by two lines of shafting, by a sixty-two horse power 
Corliss Engine on one dde of the building and a high pressure forty-horse power 
on the other side. 

S. Carriage House. — This is a neat building, 252 feet long and 42 feet high ; 
it is well adapted for the display of Carriages. 

9. The Dairy. — The building is 66 feet square, and is amply provided with 
wliat is necessary to make a grand display of Butter and Cheese. This building 
is also supplied with water from the City water works. 

In addition to the buildings for exhibits every provision is made for the comfort 
of visitors, they consist of the following : 

10. Public RestaurarU. — ^This building is 100 feet long by 38 feet highy with 
additional kitchen, store rooms, dec. 

The Hall has a seating capacity for 300 people. In addition there are refresh- 
ment booths in different parts of the ground. Visitors will be supplied with a 
good plain dinner for 25 cents. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE— INTRODUCTIOK. 



11. Office*, <kc. — There are iieveral buildingH provided for the aceommodatiou 
of the Officers of the Association, Police, Caretakers, dec., also Ticket Offices on 
the ground. 

1 2. The Grand Stand and Judged Stand, facing the Horse Ring, will seat four 
thousand )>eopIe. It is a semi-circular building 300 feet long and 30 feet wide, 
tiiid is HO conHtnicted us to be used for holding meetings hy Societies and Dele- 
<(iitcs who may visit the Exhibition. On other occasions it will be free to the 
public. The Judge's Stand is in the centre of the Driving Ring. 

13. Pioneers' Jfuts. — Two log huts have been erected by the Society of York 
Piunoers, which will have no modern improvements but be typical of olden times 
ill Caiiiula. One of them will have a main room, with sleeping apartments above, 
to which access is obtained by a ladder of rude construction. 

It is the intention of the York Pioneers to present an Address to the Oovernor- 
Ouiieral, and Her Royal Highness, the Princess Louise, in one of these buildings. 

The following extracts from the Rules and Regulations of the Association will 
be of interest to exhibitors and visitors. 



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ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS. 

The price of admission will be 25 cents each time of entering. The admission 
wiil be by means of registering turnstiles, and each person must be provided with 
the fM-oper change be/ore entering. 

Necessary attendants upon stock and machinery will be furnished with special 
patiBes on applying at the Secretary's office on the grounds. These passes will 
bear the name of the {person to whom it is issued, and if presented by any othci- 
jjerson will be forfeited. 

One Exhibitor's ticket, admitting an exhibitor only once egch day, and posi- 
tively not transferable, may be purchased by any individual exhibiting, and if a 
tirm by any one member thereof, at the office of the Association on the grounds, 
at the following i-ates, viz., for one week, $1 00; two weeks, $1 50 ; and for the 
whole exhibition, $2 00. 

Judges, special delegates from other Associations, and members of the press, 
will be furnished with badges. No other tickets whatever will be issued. 

The entry tickets upon animals or articles will admit the jierson biinging them 
to the Show Grounds for exhibition, along with such animals or articles, without 
the use of any other ticket. Afterwards, such parties must be provided with 
]>roper passes, as above. 



DELIVERY OF ARTICLES, AND CHARGE OF SAME WHILE ON 

EXHIBITION. 

Exhibitors will, at all times, give the necessary personal attention to whatever 
they may have on exhibition, and at the close take entire charge of the same. 

Articles placed on exhibition must not be removed until the close, except by 
permission of the Board of Directors ; and except, also, in the dairy, fruit, vege- 



ammodatioii 
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trill seat four 
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ttible and floral sections, where such removal is necemiary to a continuous dinplay. 
Kveiy facility will Ui affoiilo<l for the traiiHaotion of business by taking ordei-H, 
Itiit. no delivery of ai'ticlus sold can be made on the promises during the exhilii- 
tion, except by sjiecial arrangement. 

Though the AsHooiation will take reaHonable precaution to ensui'e the safety of 
iirtioles sent to the Exhibition, yet they wish it to bo distinctly underHtood that 
tlic owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting them ; and that shouiii 
iiiiy article bo accidentally injured, lost or stolen, the Association will give all 
the assistance in their power towards the recovery of the same, but mil not vmIco 
(I III) paytnent for the value thereof. 

At the close of the Exhibition, exhibitors must take charge of their exhibits 
and itjinoye the same as early as poH.sible. 



PAYMENT OP PRIZES. 

'Hie Treasurer will be preparetl to commence paying the premiums, at his oflSf^e 
on the grounds, for all classes except Live Stock, at 9 a.m., on Monday, the 15tli 
of September, and for Live St<K;k on Friday, the 19th of Soptemlwr, at 9 it.m. 

Parties who shall have prizes awarded them are particularly requested to apply 
lor them before leaving Toronto, or leave a written order with some person to 
r(x'eive them, stating the aiiicles for which prizes are claimed. 

Persons entitled to cash premiums must apply for them at the Secretary's Office, 
who will give orders on the Treasurer for the amount. These ordei-s must l»e 
eiidorsed, as they will be payable to order not to bearer, and on presentation to 
the Treasurer, pro[)erly endorsed, will be paid either in cash, or by cheque on tin: 
bank. 

Orders for premiums, not applied for as above, will be given by the Secretary, 
and the amount forwarded by the Treasurer, on receipt of proi)er instructions. 

All persons to whom a prize is awarded, must apply to the Secretary of th(5 
Association for payment thereof, on or before the 30th day of November, of the 
year in which such prize is awarded, or such prize will be forfeited. 



MEDALS. 

Medals will be awarded in lieu of money prizes when desired by exhibitors, 
suhject to approval by the Board of Directora. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

If any person, through ignorance of the regulations, shall bring things to the 
exhibition without having entered them at the proper time, the same may, in the 
discretion of the Superintendent in charge of the several departments, be allowed 
to be brought upon the grounds, and so placed that they may be examined by 



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the public, but slmll not be classified, nor shall any official examination of thetn 
be made or premiums awarded. 

All prize cards which have been affixed by the Judges mi\st be displayed 
during the Exhibition. Any infraction of this rule will incur the forfeiture of 
any premium awarded. 

.The Board of Directors, on being made aware of any fraud having been com- 
mitted by any exhibitor, in the entry of any stock or goods in competition for 
prizes at any exhibition, have the power of withholding tlie payment of any 
prizes that may have been awarded by the Judges to such' exliibitors, on such 
fraudulent or any other entries made at any such exhibitioii. 

If any person wilfully injures or destroys any property within the Exhibition 
grounds of the Association, or hinders or obstructs the officers or servants of the 
said Association, or any policeman or constable, duly appointed, in the execution 
of his duty, or gains admission to the said grounds contrary to the rules of the 
Association, he shall be liable to a fine of not less than one or more than twenty 
dollars ; said fine to be enforced and collected as fines are usually collected, and 
to be paid over to the Association for its use and benefit ; and, in default of pay- 
ment, the said offender shall be imprisoned in the common gaol for a period of 
not moi-e than thirty days. 

The officers of the Association have the power, by their Act of Incorporation, 
to enforce these Rules, and to prohibit and prevent all kinds of gambling, thea- 
trical, circus, or mountebank performances, exhibitions or shows ; and also to 
regulate or prevent the huckstering or trafficing in fruits, goods, wai-es or mer- 
( handise on the Exhibition grounds, or within three hundred yards thereof; and 
any person who, after due notice of such rules, violates the same, shall be liable 
to be removed by the officers, policemen, or constables of said Association, and 
l>e subject to the penalty prescribed. 



FIRE AND POLICE PROTECTION. 

The most careful and thorough arrangements possible have been made to guard 
against fire ; and, with the precautions taken, it is believed the danger of such 
an occurrence is very remote, but exhibitoi-s desiring insurance must give the 
matter their personal attention. 

An ample police force, detailed for the purpose by the city, will be on duty 
night and day during the continuance of the Exhibition. A full corps of watch- 
men will also be present at all times ; but exhibitors are exjiected to exercise 
constant supervision over their articles on exhibition, as the Association will not 
be responsible for loss or damage by theft, fire, or otherwise. Small and valuable 
articles should be exhibited in show-cases, which may be securely locked when 
<lesirable. 



INQUIRIES. 

During the Exhibition inquires may be male at the Business Office, and every 
officer of the Association will, when applied to, either fm'nish the information 



lation of them 



be displayed 
B forfeiture of 



ng been com- 
tmpetition for 
^ment of any 
itors, on such 



le Exhibition 
ervanta of the 
the execution 
3 rules of the 
3 than twenty 
collected, and 
lefault of pay- 
or a period of 

ncorpoi-ation, 
.mbling, thea- 
; and also to 
wai-es or mer- 
1 thereof; and 
ihall be liable 
sociation, and 



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uade to guard 
mger of such 
ust give the 

be on duty 
)8 of watch- 
d to exercise 
tion will not 
and valuable 
ocked when 



e, and every 
information 



sought or refer the question to the prop^ officer. The officers may be known by 
their badges. 



TELEGRAPH AND POST OFFICES. 

The Montrsal and Dominion Telegraph Companies have offices on the grounds ; 
and a Post Office will also be provided for the delivery and despatch of letters. 



VISITORS. 

Visitors may be assured of finding on the grounds everything necessary to the 
convenience and comfort of young or old during the entire day. An ample 
restaurant and lunch rooms, managed by experienced caterers, and under the 
supervision of the Board of Dii-ectors as to price and quality of food, will serve 
meals and refreshments during hours of exhibition at reasonable rates. Baggage 
rooms for the deposit of satchels, cloaks, &c., and in charge of responsible parties, 
are conveniently located for the accomodation of visitora. The hotels of the city, 
ample for any occasion, will adhere to their regular rates; and the city authorities 
will co-operate with the officers of the Association in every practicable manner 
to ensure the safety and contribuet to the pleasure of visitors. 



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HOW TO REACH THE GROUNDS. 



The grounds, some sixty acres in extent, are most beautifully located on thf 
shore of Lake Ontario, on the western outskirts of the city, and fi-om them a 
splendid view of Toronto, the Queen City of the West, with the siirrounding 
country, can be obtained. They are easy of actiess, and can be reached in a few 
minutes by either of the lines of Street Railway cars, by the Great Western 
Railway cars, running every few minutes, or by a line of Steamers on the Bay. 
which land visitors Erectly upon the grounds. 



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CONTENTS. 



Class. Pagb. 

1. Thoroughbred Horses 5 

2. Roadster Horses 5 

3. Carriage Horses 7 

4. Agricultural Purpose Horses 7 

5. Heavy Draught Horses 9 

6. Lady and Boy Riders 9 

7. Special Premiums — Horses 9 

8. Durham Cattle 9 

9. Hereford Cattle 1 1 

10. Devon Cattle 11 

1 1. Ayrshire Cattle 1 1 

12. Galloway Cattle 11 

13. Jersey or Aldemey Cattle o 

14. Holstein Cattle o 

15. Grade Cattle 13 

16. Fat Cattle — any breed 13 

17. Cotswold Sheep 13 

18. Leicester Sheep 13 

19. L'ncoln Sheep 15 

20. Southdown Sheep 15 

21. Shropshire, Hampshire, and Oxford- 

fordshire Down Sheep o 

22. Fat Sheep 15 

23. Berkshire Pigs 15 

24. Suffolk Pigs i6 

25. Essex Pigs 16 

26. Yorkshire and other large breed Pigs . 16 

27. Poultry — Fowls 16 

28. Chickens 17 

29. Turkeys, Geese and Ducks 18 

30. Poultry — Ornamental 18 

31. Pigeons 18 

32. Cage Birds o 

33. Poultry Appliances o 

34. Dogs 18 

35- Cats 19 

36. Agricultural Implements 19 

37. Agricultural Implements for Cultivat- 

ing and Sowing the Soil 20 

38. Implements and Machines for Har- 

vesting 21 

39. Agricultural Implements for Hand use 22 

40. Field Grains, Hops, &c 23 

41. Small Field Seeds — Flax, Hemp, &c. 24 
^2. Field Roots 24 

43. Dairy Products and Utensils 26 

44. Fruit — Professional Nurserymen's List 27 



Class. P.vuk- 

45. Fruit — Apples and Ptars 2.S 

46. Fruit — Plums, Peaches, Grapes, &c. . 34 

47. Collections of Fruits 37 

48. Garden Vegetables 38 

49. Plants, Flowers, Rustic Work, &c. . . 41 

50. Domestic Wines 43 

51. Oil Paintings, by Professional Artists. 44 

52. Oil Paintings, by Amateurs 45 

53. Sculpture, Photography, Mechanical 

Drawing, Engraving and Architec- 
ture 46 

54. Iron and Wood Working Machinery, 

Pumps, Tools, and Railway Ap- 
pliances, &c 47 

55. Mechanical and Metal Work — Miscel- 

laneous 50 

56. Carriages, Sleighs, & parts thereof, &c. 53 

57. Knitting and Sewing Machines 54 

58. Wearing Apparel — Flax, Hemp, and 

Cotton Goods 54 

59. Woollen Gootls 55 

60. Boots and Shoes, Leather, &c 57 

61. Saddlery, Engine Hose, Trunkmakcr's 

Work, Leather, &c 57 

62. Cabinet Ware, Hollow Ware, Brushes 5S 

63. Musical Instruments Oi 

64. Building Materials, Joiners' Work, 

Painting Work in Marble, Potter^', 
&c 61 

65. Bookbinding, Printing, Paper, Pen- 

manship, &c 62 

66. Chemical Manufactures, Pharmaceuti- 

cal Preparations, &c 63 

67. Philosophical and Surgical Instruments 

and Appliances 64 

68. Economic Minerals, and Industries 

relating thereto 64 

69. Natural History — Birds, Insects, 

Plants, Fish, &c 64 

70. Ladies' Work — I^ace, Embroidery, 

Needlework, &c 65 

71. Ladies Work (continued) — Wax Work, 

Berlin Wool Work, Flowers, Knit- 
ting, &c OS 

72. Groceries and Provisions 70 

73. Honey, Sugar, Bacon, &c 71 

74. Tobacco and Cigars 71 



; 2S 

Grapes, &c. . 34 

37 

3« 

Work, &c. . . 41 

43 

ional Artists . 44 

iTs 45 

, Mechanical 
ind Architec- 

¥> 

J Machinery, 
Railway Ap- 

47 

ork — Miscel- 

50 

s thereof, &c. 53 
:hines 54 

Hemp, and 

54 

55 

r, &c 57 

'runkmakcr's 

57 

'are, Brushes 58 

()i 

icrs' Work, 
ble, Pottery, 

61 

Paper, Pen- 

62 

•'harmaceuti- 

6;, 

Instruments 

64 

Industries 

64 

Insects, 

(>4 

mbroidery, 

f'5 

tV'ax Work, 
wers, Knit- 

OS 

70 

7' 

71 



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OF THK 

FIRST a:jnual exhibition 

Oir THK 

AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION ASSOCIATION 

OF TORONTO. 



AGEICULTUEALi DEPAETMENT. 

«*« The Figures bettveen partnthesia denote Numher n/ Entries. 



HOBSES. 

CLASS I— Thorough-bred Horaes 

Sec. 1 — Th&rougk-bred Stallions, 4 years old 
and upwards 

Anderson & McClelland, Hornby, Halton 
Nelson Grates, Highland Creek, York 
M. Burgess, WocSstock, Oxford 

Sec. 2 — Stalliom, 3 years old 
Michael Perdue, Campbell's Cross, Peel 

Sec. 8~Thorough-bred, 2 years old Filly 
James McFayden, Nobleton, York 

CLASS II— Roadster Horses, for driving or 
the saddle, 15^ hands and under 

Sec. 1— Stallion, 4 years old and upwards 

Wm. Meek, Langstaff, York 

Sec. 2— Stallion, 3 years old 
Michael Perdue, Campbell's Cross, Peel 

Sec. 3 — Stallion, 2 years old 
Jesse Devan, Sharon, York 
John Palmer, Richmond Hill, York 
Richard Graham, Claremout, Ontario 

Sec. 4 — Yearling Colts 
Thomas Hassard, Credit, Peel 
James B. Wilson, Oshawa, Ontario 
John McMurtry, Bowmanville, Durham 
Daniel Campbell, Bradford, Simcoe 



Sec. 5 — Stallions of any age 
Thomas Hassard, Credit, Peel 
Michael Perdue, Campbell's Crosa, Peel 
Wm. Meek, Langstaff, York 

Sec. 6 — Three year old Filly 
Abraham Hoover, Elia, York 
Fleming Bros., Elders' Mills, York 

Sec. 7 — Two year old Filly 
William Cooney, Clarke, Dnrham 
John F. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Wm. Christie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Brood Mare, toiih Foal by her side 
James B. Wilson, Oshawa, Ontario 
Thos. Taylor, jr., 30 West Market Street. 

Toronto, York 
John McMurtry, Bowmanville, Dnrham 

Sec. 10 — Pair Matched Norses {geldings or 
mares), in harness 
James Scanlan, Tottenham, Simcoe 
Edward H. Irving, Newmarket, York 
F. E. Moncreiff, Newmarket York 
Alexander McArthur, Kettleby, York 
W. D. Smith, jun. , St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Dr. Aikman, Burlington, Halton 

Sec. 11 — Sitigle Horse {gelding or mare), i 
harness 
W. B. Gower, Richview, York 
John Palmer, Richmond Hill, York 
Wm. Dunn Chafer, W^oodbridge, York 
Wm. Christie, Toronto, York 
Albert Farr, Yorkville, York 
John Mitchell, Toronto, York 
James Wayling, Sharon, York 
Andrew McFarren, Toronto, York 



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ELECTRIC BELT INSTITUTION 

SSTA.SZjiaXlSD 187-4. 

The snccf 88 that these Electric Applianee* have met wl'h during the last Ave years, and their standing no« 
ill the eHtimntiun of all wh» have uxud them, is sulfluient evideniiu of the ueiiuinencHS of the claim put forth for 
ttiem that they are a ureal ciirntive agents — one that stands iinequuUcd. They are a pleasant, safe, efllcieut ami 
liirable remeily which have no equal as a general tonic and streugtheiier of the nervous system, and a regulator 

of the circulation, so that jiersons who 
suffer from 

XteuBtttiun, Womb Diseases, 
Palsy, InmbiigD, CiOiistipation, 
Tumors, Debility, fixlUMUtion 
Neuralgia, Throat Diieuw 
Dyspepsia, Sciatica, Fain in the 
Back, Loss of Voice or Smell, 
Long Diseases, Loss of Sight or 
Hearing, Fever and Agne, 
Kidney Troubles, and Vital Loss 
from whatever cause, cannot 
find a better remedy. 




TESTIMONIALS : 
NonTH Ely, Eastern Townships, P.Q 
April 10, 1876. 
A. Norman, Esq., 

Deal Sir,— I have great pleasure in 
giving tetitiinouy to the elllciency of your 
(Mectric Belts. Bands, and Insoles, having 
been afflicted with Rheumatinni for tliirty 
years. When I purchased tlie Belts, eto., 
last summer, I could scarcely walk, but 
now I am well, although in my seventy- 
sixth year. Thomas Jameson, J. P. 



Mr. Norman, Torosto, April 6, 1876. 

Dear Sir,— For two years 1 had been 
suffering with severe pains in my back, 
which had always been weak. It got so 
bad at last I could scarcely get around. 
After I had been in extreme sulTering more 
tlian a week my husband got me one of 
your Back Belts and a pair of Insoles. I 
had no faith in them, but having got them 
I gave them a trial, and I must say they 
entirely removed the pain in a few days, 
and I am better than ever I was in my life. 

Mrs. a. Beddow, 861 Queen St W. 



Mr. Norman, Toronto, May 17, 1878. 
Dear Sir, - 1 feel it is my duty to exiiress 
my heartfelt gratitude for the great benefit 
I have received from the use of your 
Electric Belts. TWby have entirely re- 
moved the i>ain from my back and Hide. 

WiLUAM GiLLEY, 146 Centre St. 



Mr. Norman, Toronto, Oci 10, 1878. 

Dear Sir,— About three years ago I fell 
from a ladder about twelve feet across the 
banister of the stairs, and was taken up for 
dead, since which time I have suffered with 
severe pain in my back and side, and Rreat 
weakness, unfitting me for business, and 
got very little ease until I used one of your 
Eleoti'ic Belts and a pair of your Insolea, 
which have relieved me very much. 

John OvENa, 120 Yonge St. 

A. NORMAN, 4 Q7EEN STREET EAST, TORONTO. 

N.B.— Electric Baths, and Sulphur and Vaponr Batba on the pr«misea for Ladies and Gentlemen. 



S«o. 



llobet 



TION 



their atandmg non 
iilaini put forth for 
., safe, (!lficiciit and 
era, and a reguUUir 
I that jierRons who 

bmb Diseases, 
, Constipation, 
f, £ilia«8tion, 
oat INiMiw, 
ca, Fain in the 
)ice or Smell, 
088 of Sight or 
' and Agne, 
and Vital Loss 
sanse, cannot 
9dy. 

[ALS: 

ti Townships, P.Q 
1 10, 1870. 

great pleasure in 
efliciency of your 
nd Insoles, having 
iniatisni for thirty 

d tlieDtlls. eto.. 

larcely walk, liiit 
in my seventy- 
is Jamrson, J.P. 

no, April 6, 1876. 
years 1 had been 
.ins in my back, 
weak. It got so 
cely get around. 
TIC suffering more 
1 got me one of 
lir of Insoles. I 
having got them 
\ must say they 
In in a few days, 
I was in my life. 
161 Queen 8t W. 

0, May 17, 1878. 
duty to express 

the great benefit 
le use of your 
ve entirely re- 
tack and side. 
, 145 Centre St. 

1, Oct 10, 1878. 
years ago I fell 

! feet across the 
vas taken up for 
ve suffered with 

side, and great 
T business, and 
isedoneof your 
f your Insoles, 
•y much. 

26 Yonge St. 

LONTO, 

llemen. 



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CLASS III — Carriage Horses, animals three 
vears old and upwards, to be over 16 
hands 

Sec. 1 — Stallwtu, 4 yeara old and upwards 
James Drinkwater, Alloa, Peel 
J. 8. Binkley, Dundas, N. Wentworth 
Charles Webster, Thomliill, York 
Thomas Arkell, Arkell, Wellington 
John Line, Maple, York 

Sec. 2— Stallion, 3 years old and upwards 
R. C. Fairman, Cannifton, Hastings 

Sec. 3 — Stallions, 2 years old 

Robert Steel, Creemore, Simcoe 
T. Bellamy, Wesleyville, Durham 
S. J. McDougall, Smithville, Lincoln 

Sec. 4 — Yearling Colts 
Daniel Campbell, Bradford, Simcoe 
Fleming Bros., Elders' Mills, York 
<T«orge Shaver, Islington, York 

Sec. 5— Stallion of any age 
Robert Steel, Creemore, Simcoe 
John Drinkwater, Alloa, Peel 
.1. S. Binkley, Dundas, Wentworth 
(Jharles Webster, Thomhill, York 
Thomas Arkell, Arkell, Wellini,'ton 
K. C. Fairman, Cannifton, Hastings 
John Line, Maple, York 

Sec. 6 — Pair Matched Carriage Horses {mares 
or geldings), not less than 16 hands 

.John Devanney, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Soc. 7 — Pair Matched Carriage Horses, not 
less than 15^ and not over 16 hands 

Wm. Hulse, Newmarket, York 

•lohn Mitchell, Toronto, York 

P. Farrell, Woodstock, Oxford 

John Devanney, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

John C. McCarty, Newmarket, York 

Sec. 8 — Carriage Filly, 3 years old 
Hon. D. L. MacPherson, Toronto, York 

"Sec. 9— Filly, 2 years old 

W. C. Brown, Meadowvale, Peel 

Sec. \0— Yearling Ftlly 

Wm. Cooney, Clarke, Durham 
Daniel Campbell, Bradford, Simcoe 
(Joorge Keith, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Brood Mare, with Foal by Iter side 
•lao. F. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Daniel Campbell, Bradford, Simcoe 
\V. C. Brown, Meadowvale, Peel 

See. 12 — Single Carriage Horse {gelding or 
mare), in harness 
Thos. Taylor, Junior, 30 W. Market St., 

Toronto, York 
R. W. Clarke, Downsview, York 
D. Eakin. Patterson, York 
W. Christie, Toronto, York 



P. Farrell, Woodstock, Oxford 
Andrew McFarren, Toronto, York 
Allen Cathcart, Millbrook, Durham 

Sec. 13 — Saddle Horse (geUing or mare), not 
owr 16 hands 

Wra. Dunn Chafer, Woodbridge, York 
John A. Donaldson, Toronto, York 
A, G. Taylor, Toronto, York 
John P. Bond, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Saddle Horse or Hunter (heai^j 
weight), capable of carrying 15 stone 

J. H. V. MiUs, Box 2519, Toronto, York 
John A. Donaldson, Toronto, York 
John P. Bond, Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Saddle Horse or Hunter, lightweight, 
«p to 1 1 stone 

Mr. Huke, Newmarket, York 
A. B. Harrison, Toronto, York 
John P. Bond, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Saddle Horses, best leapers 

J. H. V. Mills, Box 2519, Toronto, York 
John A. Donaldson, Toronto, York (2) 
A. B. Harrison, Toronto, York 
John H. Mead, Toronto, York 
John P. Bond, Toronto, Y'ork 

CLASS IV— Horses for Agricultural Pur- 
poses, exclusive of C'lydesdalea anil 
Suffolks 

Sec. 1 — Stallion, 4 years old and upwards 
John J. Treacy, Schomberg. York 
Thos. R. Richardson, Alma, Wellin^n 
Thos. D. Campbell, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Charles Webster, Thomhill, York 
John Sheppard, Yorkville, York (2) 

Sec. 2 — Stallion, 3 years old 
James Ketchen, Balsam, Ontario 

Sec. 3— Stallion, 2 years old 

David Koantree, Davenport, York 
John Casely, Patterson, York 
George Hoggard, Belleville, Hastings 
Wm. Cox, Ihornhill, York 
John M. Bell, Atha, Ontario (2) 

Sec. 4 — Yearling Colt 

Fleming Bros., Elder's Mills, York 
Sec. 7 — Filly, 2 years old 

Archibald Pilky, Uxbridge, Ontario (2) 

Geo. Keith, Toronto, York 

John Clark, Alloa, Peel 

Charles E, Porter, Woodbridge, York 

Alexander Gibb, Yorkville, York 

Sec. S— Yearling Fdly 

George Keith, Toronto, York 
Sec. 9— Brood Mare wUh Foal by her side 

William Crawford, Malvern, York (2) 

William Cox, Thomhill, York 

Charles E. Porter, Woodbridge, York 



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BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES-FACILITIES UNSURPASSED. 

STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FULLY ASSORTED— Prices Low. 



T. M. WOOD & CO. 

MANUrACTDRERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

Fainted Linen, English, Venetian, Slat, 
and Holland 

WINDOW BLINDS 




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Spring and otlier Rollers. 

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Seo. 10— Matched Farm Team {gfldingt or 
mare$), in harnua 
Bobert Thompson, Ellesmere, York 

Sec. 11 — SweepttaktM Stallion for Agrieullu- 
ral purpoMS, of any age 
Thos. D. Campbell, St. CathArines, Lmcoln 
John J. Teacey, Schomberg, York 
Darid Roantree, Davenport, York 
George Hojxard, Belleville, Hastinga 
Charles Webster, Thomhill, York 
William Cox, Thomhill, York 
John M. Bell, Atba, Ontario 
Charles Shaver, Islington, York 

CLASS V 

Heavy Draught Horses, Imported, or bred 
from pure Imported Heavy Draught stock 
on the side of both Sire and Dam, includ- 
ing Clydesdales and Suffolks 

Sec. 1 — Heavy Draught Stallion, 4 yean old 
and upuxirds 
Richard Graham, Claremont, Ontario 
Dougald McMurchy, Vellora, York 

Sec. 2 — Stallion. 3 years old 

Neil J. McGillivray, Montreal, Hochelaga 
Charles Harrison, Dollar, York 

Sec. 4 — Yearling Colt 
Jos. Thompson, Columbus, Ontario 

Sec. 5 — Heavy Draught Stallion, any age 
Jos. Thompson, Columbus, Ontario 
Charles Harrison, Dollar, York 

Sec. 6 — Filly 3 years old 
D. McMurchy, Vellora, York. 

Sec. 9 — Brood Mare with Foal by her side. 

William M. Miller, Claremont, Ontario. 
Jos. Thompson, Columbus, Ontario 

Seo. 10 — Mare with 2 of her Progeny, all to 
be bona fide, the property of the exhibitor 
Thomas Thompson, Columbus, Ontario 

Sec. 11 — Span of Heavy Draught Horses 
{geldings or mares) 

George Lawson, Victoria Square, York 

CLASS VI— Lady and Boy Riders 
Sec. 1 — Best Lady Rider 
Miss E. Clark, Schomberg, Simcoe 

Sec. 2 — Best Boy Rider, under 14 years of 
age, on pony under 14 hands 

Mr. Hulse, Newmarket, York 
James McFayden, Nobleton, York 

Entries for Ponies 
R. Hamilton, Toronto, York (1 pair) 



CLASS VII— Special Fremiuma ' 

See. I— For Best ikuire Horse, any age vr 
breed 

James Drinkwater, Alloa, Teel 
J. S. Binkley, Dundas, Wentworth 
Georse Hoggard, Belleville, Haatiugi 
Jno. M. Bell, Atha, Ontario 
Thomas Arkell, Arkell, Wellington 

Sec. 2 — The Best Mare of any age or breed 
James McDonagh, Oarlow, Huron (2) 
Wm. M. Miller, Claremont, Ontario (2) 
Daniel CampbeU, Bradford, Simcoe (2) 
William Crawford, Malvern, York (2) 
WUliam Cox, Thomhill, York 
Stephen Knight, Toronto, York 
W. C. Brown, Meadowvale, Peel (2) 

Sec, S—The best Stallion for General Pur- 
poses that has been kept for Mares the 
past Season, and lias served not fewer 
than 15, accompanied by not less than 
5 of his produce, the merits of both aire 
and produce to be considered. Open to 
all Stallions in Canada and the United 
States 

Charles Webster, Thomhill, York 



CATTLE. 
CLASS VIII— Durhama 
Sec. 1 — Bulls, 3 years old and upwards 

Humphrey, Snell & Son, Clinton, Huron 
Sec. 2 — Bull, 2 years old 
George Mustard, Uxbridge, Ontario ' 
William Heron, jr., Ashbum, Ontario 
J. & K. McQueen, Salem, Wellington 

Sec. 3 — Durham Bull, 1 year old 
Thomas Boak, Milton, Halton 

Sec. 4— Durham Bull Calf, under 1 year 
Thomas Boak, Milton, Halton 
Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 5 — Durham Bull of any age 

George Mustard, Uxbridge, Ontario. 
Thomas Boak, Milton, .mdton 

Sec. 6 — Durham Cow 

Humphrey, Snell&Son, Clinton, Huron (2) 
Sec. 8 — Durham Heifer, 2 years old 

Humphrey, SneUA; Son, Clinton, Huron (2) 
Sec. 10 — Durham Heifer Calf {under 1 year) 

Humphrey, SneU & Son, Clinton, Huron (2) 

Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington (3) 

Sec. 11 — Durham, 5 Calves, 1 year old, bred 
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Fred. V 

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Sue. 9—H 
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Sue. 2—Di 
George J 

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Sec. 4— /> 
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Samuel 

Sec. 5—D 
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CLASS IX-Herefor(U 
Sue. \— Hereford Bull 3 years old and up- 
wards. 

Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
(;c. 2 — Herejord Bull 2 years old, 
Fred. W. Stone, Ouelph, Wellington 

Sec. 3 — Hereford Bull 1 year old 
Fred. W. Stone, Gnelph, Welliugtou (2) 

Sec. 4— Hertford Bull Ca\f (under 1 year) 
C. C. Bridget, Shanty Bay, Simcoe (2) 
F. W. Stone, Ouelph, Wellington (2) 

Sec. b— Hereford Bull of any age 
F. W. Stone, Ouelph, Wellington (2) 

Sec. 6 — Hereford Cow 
(J. C. Bridges, Shanty Bay, Simcoe 
Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington (2) 

Soc. 7 — Cow 3 years old 

Fred. W. Stone, Ouelph, Wellington (2) 
Sec. 8 — Hereford He^er, two years old 

Fre<l. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
Sue. 9— Hereford Heifer, 1 year old 

(7. 0. Bridges, Shanty Bay, Simcoe (2) 

Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington (2) 

Sec. lO—Ektras 
Fred. W. Stone, Guelph, Wellington, 2 
Heifer Calves under 1 year 

CLASS X— Devons 
Sec. I — Devon Bull, 3 years old and upward 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 2— Devon Bull, 2 years old 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 3— Devon Bull, 1 year old 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 4— Devon Bull Cay {under 1 year) 
George Rudd, Guelph. Wellington (2) 
Samuel Wood & Sons, Islington, York 

Sec. 5 — Devon Bull of any age 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington (2) 

Sec. 6— Devon Cow 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellipgton (2) 

Sec. 7 — Devon Cow, 3 years old 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington 
Samuel Wood & Sons, Islington, York. (2) 

Sec. 8— Devon Heifer, 2 years old 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington (2) 

Sec. 9— Devon Heifer, 1 year old 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 10— Devon Heifer Cd\f (under 1 year) 
George Rudd, Guelph, Wellington (2) 



CLASS XI— Ayrriiirea. ^ 

Sec. 2—BuU, 2 years old 
George Thompson, Bright, Oxford 

Sec 3— Bull, 1 year old. 
Thomas Orey, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 4 — Bull Calf, under 1 year old 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 
George Tliompaon, Bright, Oxford (4) 

Sec. 6 — Bull of any age 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 6— Cow 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 7 — Cow, 3 years old 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 8 — Htlfer, 2 years old 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario (2) 
George Thompson, Bright, Oxford 

Sec. 9 — Heifer, 1 year old 

Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario (2) 

Sec. Id — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 

Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario (4) 
George Thompson, Bright, Oxford (4) 

Sec. 11 — Five Calves, under 1 year, bred and 
owned by tht exhibitor 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 12 — Herd of Ayrshire Cattle, eonsistinff 
of one Bull and Jive Females, over 1 
year old, owned by the exhibitor, 
Thomas Grey, Oshawa, Ontario 

CLASS XII— Galloways 
Sec. 1 — Bull, 3 years old and upwards 

Henry Devlin, Guelph, Wellington 
William McCrae, Guelph, WelUngton 

Sec. 2 — Bull, 2 years old 
Thomas McCrae, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 3 — Bull, 1 year old 
William McCrae, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 4 — Bull Calf (under 1 year) 
William McCrae, Guelph, Wellington (2> 

Sec. 6 — Bull any age, 
Henry Devlin, Guelph, Wellington 
Wm. McCrae, Gnelph, Wellington 

Sec. 6— Cow 
Henry Devlin, Guelph, Wellington 
William McCrae, Guelph, WeUington (3) 

Sec. 7 — Cow, 3 years old 
Henry Devlin, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
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Henry Devlin, Ouelph, Wellin^n (2) 

Thomaii MoCrae, Ouelph, Wellington 

leo. 9 — Heifer, 1 year old 
Wm. MoCne, Ouelph, Wellington (2) 

Bee. 10 — Heifer Ca{f, under 1 year old 
Wm. MoCrae, Ouelph, Wellington (2) 

GLASS XV— Orade CaUle 

eo, 1 — Orade Cow 

F. Murdoch, Ponaonby, Wellington (2) 
H. J. Leuty, Bumiiamthorpe, Peel 

lec. 2 — Cow, 3 years old 
J. & K. McQueen, Salem, Wellington 

lec. 3 — Hexftr, 2 years old 
Francis Murdoch, Ponsonby, Wellington 
J. & K. McQueen, Salem, Wellington 
H. J. Lenty, Bumhamthorpe, Peel 

ec. 4 — Heifer, 1 year old 
F. Murdoch, Ponaonby, Wellington (2) 

c. 5 — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 

Francis Murdoch, Ponsonby, Wellington 

ec. 6 — Five females (oivr 1 year old) the 

property of the Exhibitor 
Francis Murdoch, Ponsonby, Wellington 

CLASS XVI— Fat Cattle— any breed 

5ec. 1 — Pair of fat CattU of any age 
(reorge Moore, Waterloo, Waterloo (2) 
John Russell, Brougham, Ontario 

ec. 2 —Fat Ox or Steer, 4 years old and over 
George Moore, Waterloo, Waterloo (2) 
John Russell, Brougham, Ontario 

tec. 3 — Fat Steer, under 4 years old 

George Moore, Waterloo, Waterloo (2) 
■John Russell, Brougham, Ontario 

tec. 4 — Fat Cow or Heifer, under 4 years old 
Geo. Moore, Waterloo, Waterloo 



SHEEP— Long WooUed. 

CLASS XVII— Cotswolds 
3eo. 1 — Bam, 2 shears and over 
Wm. Thompson, Uxbridgo, Ontario 
Geo. Bell, Richmond HiU, York 
George Lawson, Victoria, York 

Sec. 2 — Shearling Ram 
Geo. Bell, Richmond Hill, York (3) 

ec. 3 — Cotswold Bam Lamb 
Thomas Teasdale, Concord, York (4) 
William Bowes, Concord, York (4) 
William Thompson, Uxbridge, Ontario 



See. 6 — Two Shoe Lambs 
Thomas Teasdale, Concord, York (4) i 
William Bowes, Concord, York (2) 

CLASS XVIII— Leicesten 
Sec. 1 — Ram, two shears and over 
John Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N 
Humphrey Snell & Son, Clinton, Huron 
James T. Burns, King, York 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton 
W. Somers, St. Maiy's, Perth (2) 
William Whitelaw, Gnelph, Wellington 
Albert Tamblyn, Orono, Durham 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 2 — Shearling Ram 

J. Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N (2) 
George Bell, Richmond Hill, York (2) 
James T. Bums, King, York 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton (3) 
WiUiam Somers, St. Mary's, Perth (3) 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, WelUngton 
Albert Tamblyn, Orouo, Durham 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 3 — Bam Lamb 

J. Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N (2) 
James T. Bums, King, York 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton (3) 
William Somers, St. Mary's, Perth (2) 
Wm. Whitelaw. Guelph, Wellington (2) 
Albert Tamblyn, Orono, Durham (2) 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 4 — Thoo Ewes, two shears and over 

J. Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N (2) 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton 
William Somers, St. Mary's, Perth (2) 
Wm. Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 5 — Two Shearling Ewes 

J. Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N (2) 
C. S, Snuth, Acton, Halton 
William Somers, St. Mary's, Perth (2) 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington 
Albert Tamblyn, Oiono, Durham 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 6 — Two Ewe Lavibs. 
John Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton 
William Somers, St. Mary's, Perth 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington 
Albert Tamblyn, Orono, Durham (2) 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 7 — One Ram, two Ewes 2 shears and 
over, two Shearling Ewes and two Ewe 
Lambs. 

John Kelly, jr. , Shakespeare, Perth, N 
C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton 
William Somers, St. Mary's, Perth 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 



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CLASS XIX— linooln ShMp 

Soc. 1 — Ram, two §hearB and over 
C. 8. Smith, Aoton, Halton 
Andrew Murray, ClanbraMil, Haldimand 
Albert Tamblyn, Orono, Dnrham 
Thomaa Cameron, Aoton, Halton 

Sec 2— Shearling Ram 

C. 8. Smith, Acton, Halton 
A. Murray, CUnbnuHil, Haldimand (3) 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
Thomaa Cameron, Aoton, Halton (2) 

Sec 3 — Ram Lamb 
C. 8. Smith, Aoton, Halton 
A. Mum^y, Cl-nbraaail, Haldimand (2) 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth „ 

Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 4 — Two Ewu, 2 aheara and over 
('. >S. Smith, Acton, Halton 
Andrew Murray, Clanbrassil, Haldimand 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
Thomas Cameron, Aoton, Halton 

Sec. 6 — Thoo Shearling Ewea. 
0. 8. Smith, Acton, Halton 
Andrew Murray, Clanbrassil, Haldimand 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Soc. 6— Two Ewe Lamba 

C. 8. Smith, Aoton, Halton 
Andrew Murray, Clanbrassil, Haldimand 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 

Sec. 7 — Pen: One Ram, two Ekoen, 2 aheara 
and over, two Shearliny Evaea and two 
Ewe Lamba. 

C. S. Smith, Acton, Halton. 
Andrew Murray, Clanbrassil, Haldimand 
Wm. Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
Thomas Cameron, Acton, Halton 



SHEEP— Medium WooUed. 

CLASS XX— Southdowns 
Sec. 1—Ram, 2 aheara and over 
T. C. Douglas, Gait, Waterloo (2) 
Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, York (2) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (2) 

Sec. 2 — Shearling Ram 
T. C. Douglas, Gait, Waterloo 
Simeon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, York (2) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (2) 

Sec. 3 — Ram Lamb 
T. C. Douglas, Oalt, Waterloo 
Simeon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
Robert Manh, Richmond Hill, York (3) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (3) 



Sflo. i~Two Ewet, 2 aheara and over 
T. C. Douglas. Oalt, Waterloo 
Simeon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
Itobert Manh, Riohmond Hill. York (2) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (2) 

Seo. b—Two Shearling Ewes 
T. C. Douglas, Gait, Waterloo 
Simeon liTmon, Kettleby, York 
Robert Manh, Riohmond Hill. York (2) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (2) 

Sec. 6— Two Ewe Lamba 
T. C. DougUa, Gait, Waterloo 
Simeon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
Robert Manh, Richmond Hill, York (2) 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant (2) 

Seo. 7 — Pen of Southdowna—l Ram, 2 Ewen, 
2 aheara ami over, 2 Shearling Ewe.*, 
and 2 Ewe Lamba 

T. C. Douglas, Gait. Waterloo 
Simeon Lemon, Kettleby 
Robert Manh, Richmond Hill, York 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant 

CLASS XXII-Fat Sheep 

Sec. 1 — Two Fat Wtthera, 2 aheara and over 

J. Allen Denoon, Islington, York (2) 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 2— Two Fat Wether a, under 2 aheara 
J. Allen Denoon, Islington. York (2) 
William Whitelaw. Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 3 — Two Fat Ewea, 2 aheara and over 
John Kelly, jr., Shakespeare, Perth, N 
J. Allen Denoo;n, Islington. York 
Sijneon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
C. 8. Smith, Acton, Halton 
William Somen, St. Mary's, Perth 
William Whitelaw, Guelph, Wellington 



Pias— Small Breeds- 

CLASS XXIII— Improved Berkshires 
Sec. 1 — Boar, over 2 yeara 

George Lawson, Victoria Square, York 
Robert Manh, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 2 — Boar, over 1 year and under 2 yearx 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo, Middlesex 

Sec. 3 — Boar, over 6 and under 12 montha 
John Thatoher, Guelph, Wellington 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo, Middlesex (2) 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 montha 

Jos. French. Yorkville, York 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo. Middlesex 
Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 yeara 

Jos. French, Yorkville, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
George Lawson, Victoria Square, York 



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Classes xxiv-xxvii. 



Sec. 6— Sow, over 1 year and under 2 yean 

Jos. French, Yorkville, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo, MidoUeaex 

See. 7 — Sow, over 6 and under 12 months 
Jos. French, Yorkville, York (3) 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo, Middlesex (2) 
Georf;e Lawson, Victoria Square, York 

Sec. 8 — Sow, under 6 months 
Jos. French, Yorkville, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
A. A. McArthur, Lobo, Middlesex 

Sec. 9— Sweepstakes Prize for best improved 
Berkshire Boar and Sows of any age 
A. A, McArthur, Lobo, Middlesex 

CLASS XXIV— Suffolks 

Sec. 1 — Boar, oi>er 2 years 

Thomas Teasdale, Concord, York 
James Main, boyne, Halkon 

Sec. 3 — Bo .r, over 6 and under 12 months 
Samuel Wood & Son, Islington, York 
James Main, Boyne, Haltou 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton (2) 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 montlis 

James Main, Boyne, Halton 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 6 — Sow, over 1 year and under 2 years 

James Main, Boyne, Halton 

Sec. 7 — Sow, over 6 and under 12 months 

Simeon Lemon, Kettleby, York 
Samuel Wood & Son, Islington, York 
John Shuttleworth, Weston, York 
James Main, Boyne, Halton (2) 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 8 — Sow, under 6 months 
James Main, Boyne, Halton 
J. & R, LesUe, Hornby, Halton 

CLASS XXV— Ejsex Pigs 

Sec. i — Boar, over two years 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 2 — Boar, over 1 and under 2 years 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 



FIGS— Large Breed. 

CLASS XXVI— Yorkshire and other large 

breeds 
Sec. 1 — Large Breed Boar, over 2 years 

J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 
Henry Hulse, Newmarket, York 
James Ford, Drumquin, Halton 



Sec. 2 — Large D^e'd Boar, over 1 year and 
under 2 yean. 

J. ft B. Leslie, Hornby, Halton (2) 

Sec. 3 — Large Breed Boar, over 6 and under 
12 months 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 
James Ford, Drumquin, Halton 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 months 

John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 
James Ford, Drumquin, Halton (2) 

Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 years 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
«t & R' Leslie, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 6 — Large Breed Sow, over 1 and under 2 
years 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 
James Ford, Drumquin, Halton 

Sec. 7 — Large Breed Sow, over 6 and under 
12 montfis 

James Ford, Drumquin, Halton (2) 

Sec. 8 — Sow, under 6 montlis 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton (2) 
James Ford, Drumquin, Halton (2) 



POULTBY-Powls. 

CLASS XXVII. 

Sec. 1 — Pair Brahmas, dark 
D. Ferguson, Goderich. Huron 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 2 — Pair Brahmas, light 
D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 
Isaac West, Brampton, Peel (2) 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 3 — Pair Cochins, buff 
D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 

Sec. 4 — Pair Cochins, partridge 
D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
W. &A. Wright, Richmond HiU, York 

Sec. 5 — Pair Cochins, white 

D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 
Sec. 8 — Pair Dorkings, colored 

W. &A. Wright, Richmond HiU, York 
Sec. 10 -Pair Dorkings, white 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Sec. 1.3 — Pair Plymouth Bocks 

W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 



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Sec. 14 — Pair American Dominiquts 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2) 

Sec. 15 — Pair Oame, black-red 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
J. 0. Stirling, Toronto, York 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant 
M. Burgess, Woodstock, Oxford 

Sec. 17 — Pair Oame, yellow iuckwing 

Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant 
Sec. 20 — Pair Oame, any other variety 

J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
Sec. 21 — Pair Hamburgs, black 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

G. Murchison, Toronto, York 

Sec. 22 — Pair Hamburgs, golden pencilled 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 23 — Pair Hamburgs, silver 
J. W. Scales, Toronto, York 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 24 — Pair Hamburgs, golden spangled 
Charles Dawson, Brampton, Peel 

Sec. 25 — Pair Hamburgs, silver 
Charles Dawson, Brampton, Peel 
C. H. Hall, King, York 

Sec. 26— Poir Leghorns, white 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
W. Stahlschmidt, Preston, Waterloo. 
C. H. Hall, King, York 

Sec. 27 — Pair Leghorns, black 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2) 

Sec. 28 — Pair Leghorns, brown 

F. J. Bishop, Brantford, Brant 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

W. Stahlschmidt, Preston, Waterloo 

Sec. 29 — Pair Spanish, while face, black 
Jos. Johnstone, Yorkville, York 
J. T. Stirling, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30 — Pair Poland, white, crested black 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 32 — Pair Polands, golden 

H. H. Simpson, 300 Ontario st., Toronto, 

York 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 33 — Pair French, any variety 
W, M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
W. A. A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 34 — fair Bantams, black- red, game 
F. Schaeffer, Toronto, York 
Albert JolUffe, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 35 — Pair Bardams, brown red 
F. J. Bishop, Brantford, Brant 
W. M, Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Albert JolHffe, London, Middlesex 

2 



See. 37 — Pair Bantams, silver diickwinged , 
game 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Albert Jolliife, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 38 — Pair Bantams, pile game 
Albert Jolliffe, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 39 — Pair Bantams, any other variety, 
game 

F. Schaeflfer, Toronto, York 

Sec. ^—Extras 
Jaa. Dilworth, Toronto, York 
1 Pair Andalusians 

CLASS XXVIII-Chickens 
Sec. 1 — Pair Brahmas, dark 
D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 2 — Pair Brahmas, light 
D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 
Isaac West, Brampton, Peel 

Sec. 10 — Pair Dorkings, white 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant ^ 

Sec. 13 — Pair Plymouth Rocks 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 
J. H. Rowe, King, York 
C. H. Hall, King, York 

Sec. 15 — Pair Oame, black-red 
Daniel Perley, Paria^ Brant 

Sec. 17 — Pair Oame, yellow duckwing 
Daniel Perley, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 21 — Pair Hamburgs, Block. 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 
W, M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

G. Murchison, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 22 — Pair Hamburgs, golden pencilled 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 23 — Pair Hamhurga, silver pencilled 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
J. W. Scales, Toronto, York 
Charles Dawson, Brampton, Peel (2) 

Sec. 26 — Pair Leghorns, white 

H. H. Dewart, 300 Ontario st., Toront<\ 

York 
William Stahlschmidt, Preston, Waterloo 
Joseph Dilworth, Toronto, York 

Sec. 27 — Pair Leghorns, black 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 28— Pair Leghorns, brnim 
F. J. Bishop, Brantford, Brant 
H. H. Simpson, 300 Ontario at., Toroatf»> 

York 
William Stahlschmidt, Preston, Waterloo 
0. H. Hall, King, York 



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Classes xxix-xxxir- 



1! 



Sec. 30 — Pair Polands, white created, black 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 32 — Pair Polands, golden 

H. H. Simpson, 300 Ontario st. , Toronto, 

York 
W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 33 - Pair French, any variety 

C. H. HaU, King, York 

Sec. 34 — Pair Bantams, game, black-red 
J. T. Stirling, Toronto, York 
George Simpson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 35 — Pair Bantams, game, brown red 
Albert JollifFe, London, Middlesex 
F. J. Bishop, Brantford, Brant 

Sec. 37 — Pair Bantams, game, silver duckwing 

Albert Jolliffe, London, Middlesex 
Sec. 42 — Pair Bantams, silver Sebright 

D. Ferguson, Goderich, Huron 

W. & A. Wright, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 45 — Any other variety Chickens, not 
9 named 

C. H. Shutt, YorkvUle, York 



CLASS XXIX— Turkeys, Geese and Ducks 

Sec. 1 — Pair Turkeys, bronze 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 2 — Pair Turkeys, white or black. 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Sec. 4 — Pair Turkeys, wild 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 6 — Pair Qeem, Toulouse 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec 7 — Pair Geese, white China 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2) 
A. M. Crerar, Shakespeare, Perth (2) 

Sec. 8 — Pair Oeese, brown China 
Abraham Hoover, Elia, York 
James Hewar, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 9 — Pair Oeese, wild 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 10 — Pair Oeese, African 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 15 — Pair Ducks, Aylesbury 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 16— Pair Ducks, Cayuga 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2) 
Sec. 18— Pair D'Mks, Muscovy 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2) 



CLASS XXX— Ornamental 

Sec. 1 — Pair Guinea Fowl 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 16 — Common Pea Fowl 
B. W. Clark, Downaview, York 

Sec. 21— Pair White Rats 
Bery Smith, 12 Morrison Street, Toronto, 
York 

Sec. 27 — Pair Red Squirrels 

J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
Sec. 31 — Pair Rabbits, Angola 

W. G. Lyon, Toronto, York 
Sec. 30 — Pair Rabbits, lop-ear 

William Weatherley, jun. , Toronto, York 

CLASS XXXI— Pigeons 

Sec. 16 — Pair Fantail, any color 
John Marshall, Markham, York 

Sec. 19 — Pair Jacobins, any color 
John MarshaU, Markham, York 



Doas. 

CLASS XXXIV— Fancy and Hunting Dogs 

Sec. 3 — Black and Tan 
John Marshall, Markham, York (3) 

Sec. 4 — Bull Terrier 

John Marshall, Markham, York 
James Bromley, Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Coach 
J. A. Donaldson, 110 Dundas Street, 

Toronto, York 
Edward Hynes, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — Fox Hound 
Wm. Hewett, Esq., Toronto, York 
W. T. Taylor, Doncaster, York (2) 

Sec. 1—Oreyhound 

M. Langmuir, Toronto, York 
E. W. D. Butler, Toronto, York 
Fred. H. Evans, Toronto, York 
Wilkin B. Butler, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. ^—Newfoundland 

Alexander Levack, Toronto, York 
Sec. \Q—Skye Terrier 

John Wilkie, Toronto, York 
Sec. 12— Pointer 

Jas. McCurry, Toronto, York 
Sec. 15— Shepherd 

Wm. Morsepool, Newcastle, Durham 

Andrew McOreight, Markham, York 



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treet, Toronto, 



Toronto, York 

jeons 

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York 



I Hunting Dogs 

York (3) 

York 
rork 

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^ork (2) 

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York 
I'ork 
York (2) 

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Classes xxxv * xxxvi. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOOUK. 



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Sec. 17 — Spaniel 
A. E. Randle, Toronto, York 
James Mills, Renfrew, Renfrew 
George Sanderson, Bk. B. N. A., Toronto, 
York 

Sec. 19— Extras 
G. C. Skilton, Toronto, York 
Brown Terrier 



CATS- 
CLASS XXXV 
Sec. I— Black Cai 
John Marshall, Markham, York 

Sec. 5 — Largest Cat of any colour 
John Marshall, Markham, York (2) 



AGEICULTUBAL IMPIiE- 
MENTS. 

CLASS XXXVI 
Sec. 1 — Orain Drill 
J. 0. Wisner & Son, Brantford, Brant 
John Watson, Ayf , Waterloo 
Thompson & WilUams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 

Perth 
Patterson & Bro., Patterson, York 
Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 

Sec. 2 — Seed Drills, for sowing two or more 
drills of Turnips, Mangles, or other 
Seeds 
John Watson, Ajrr, Waterloo 
Charles Thain, Guelph, Wellington 
L. Oossitt k Son, Gaelph, Wellington 

Sec. 3 — Broad Cast Orain and Seed Sower 
J. 0. Wisner & Son, Brantford, Brant 
Thompson &; Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 

Perth 
Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 
J. W. Maun, per W. Rennie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Mowing Machines 
J. Harris, Son & Co., Brantford, Brant (2) 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
Crawford & Co. , London, Middlesex 
Green Bros., Waterford, Norfolk 
John Watson, Ajrr, Waterloo (2) 
Massey Mfg. Co., Newcastle, Durham (2) 
W. A. Lawrence k Co., Palermo, Halton 
L. D. Sawyer & Co., Hanoilton, Wentworth 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
John Whitefield, Toronto, York (3) 
Jos. Brother, Milton, Halton 
B. BeU & Sons, St. George, Brant 
Thompson & Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 

Perth (2) 
Patterson & Bro., Patterson, York (2) 
Toronto Reaper and Mower Co., Toronto, 

York (2) 



Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 
John Elliott & Son, London, Middlesex (2) 
Gumey, Russell & Co., Dundaa, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 5 — Reaping Machines 

A. Harris, Son k Co. , Brantford, Brant (4) 
J. Flewiy, Aurora, York 

Crawford k Co., London, Middlesex 
Green Bros., Waterford Norfolk. 
John Watson. Ayr, Waterloo (2) 
Massey Mfg. Co., Newcastle, Durham (2) 
W. A. Lawrence k Co., Palermo, Halton 
L. D. Sawyer k Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 
John Abell, Woodbridge, York 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
Jos. Brother, Milton, Halton 

B. Bell k Sons, St. Gteorge, Brant 

L. Cossitt k Son, Guelph, Wellington 
PatUsrson k Bro. , Patterson, York (2) 
Toronto Reaper tmd Mower Co., Toronto, 

York (3) 
Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant (2) 
Thompson k Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 
Perth (2) a 

Hill Bros., St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Gumey, Russell & Co., Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 6 — Combined Mower and Reaper 

A. Harris, Son k Co., Brantford, Brant 
J. Flewiy, Aurora, York 
Crawford k Co., London, Middlesex 
Massey Mfg. Co. , Newcastle, Durham 
John Elliott k Son, London, Middlesex 
Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 
Thompson k WiUiams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 
Perth (2) 

Sec. 7 — Self -Binding Reaper 

A. Harris, Son k Co., Brantford, Brant 
Massey Mfg. Co. , Newcastle, Durham 
Toronto Reaper and Mower Co., Toronto, 
York 

Sec. 8 — Horse-power Thresher and Separator 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
L. D. Sawyer k (Jo., Hamilton, Wentworth 
John Abell, Woodbridge, York. 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
JosTBrother, Milton, Halton 
Boyd & Co., per W. Rennie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Steam Thresher and Separator 

L. D. Sawyer k Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 
John Abell, Woodbridge, York 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
John Abell, Woodbridge, York 
MacPherson, Glascow £ Co., Fingal, Elgin 

Sec. 11 — Clover Cleaning Machine 
L. D. Sawyer & Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 
John 'Abell, Woodbridge, York 



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Class XXXVII. 



Sec. 12— Hay Tedder 
J. W. Elliott, 43 King St. West, Toronto, 
York 

Sec 13— .S'u^ Horse Bake 
J. O. Wisner & Son, Brantford, Brant (2) 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York (2) 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo (2) 
Massey Mfg. Co., Newcastle, Durham 
W. A. Lawrence k Co. , Palermo, Halton 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel. 
Thompson & Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 

Perth 
Patterson & Bro., Patterson, York 
Noxon Bros. Mfg. Co., Ingeraoll, Oxford 

Sec. 14 — Fanning Mill 
J. O. Wisner k Son, Brantford, Brant (2) 
E S. Higgins, Ottawa, Carlton 
Abraham Homer, CoUingwood, Grey 
A. & N. Wilson, Richmond Hill, York 
W. T. Dingle, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 16— Portable Grist Mill 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Waterous Engine Works Co., Bnmtford, 
j| Brant 

Sec. ll—Orain Crusher and Grinder 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo (3) 
John AbeU, Woodbridge, York 
A. Flewry, Markham, York 
Haggeit Bros., Brampton, Peel 
Jacob Kaiser, Edgely, York 
Thompson & Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 

Perth 
Waterous Engine Works Co., Brantford, 

Brant 
R. Sylvester, Enniskillen, Durham 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 18— Corn and Cob Crusher 
R. Sylvester, Enniskillen, Dtirham 

Sec. 20 — Two Horse Power for general pur- 
poses, for farmers' use. 

J. FleMrry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
" i^Boya*; Co., per W. Rennie, Toronto, York 
A. & W. Wilson, Richmond Hill, York 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Seo 21 — Machine Jack. 

J. Flewry, Aurora, York 

David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 
Sec. 22-^I>rag Saw 

John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 

Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 
Sec. 2i~ Straw Cutter 

J. Flewry, Aurora, York 

John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 

Haggert Bros., Brampton, Peel 

ATFlewry, Markham, York 



Thompson & Williams Mfg. Ca., Stratford, 

Perth (3) 
A. & W. Wilson, Rtohmond HiU, York 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant (3) 

Sec. 25 — Machine for Cutting Roots for Stock 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
W. A. Lawrence & Co., Palermo, Halton 
James T. Bums, King, Yorit 
^avid Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 2^ -Extra Entries 

J. Flewry, Aurora, York, Six Horse Power 

John V'atson, Ayr, Waterloo, Separate 
Grain Binder, Four Horse Power, Cir- 
cular Saws, Six Horse Power, Bevel 
Jack, Spur Jack 

J. W. Elliott, 43 King St. Westi Toronto, 
York, Combined Hay Rake and Tedder 

Thompson & Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford^ 
Perth, Self Binder 

Hill Brothers, St. Catharines, Lincoln, 
Hill Binder Table 

CLASS XXXVII — Implements for cultivat- 
ing and sowing tixc soil, horse steam 
or other power , 

Sec. 2 — Best Portable. Steam-Engine for Agri- 
cultural purposes, not less than 6 Horse- 
power, to be put in operation on the Ground 
John AbeU, Woodbridge, York 
Waterous fkigine Co. Works, Brantford, 

Brant 
MacPherson, Glasgow & Co., Fingal, Elgin 

Sec. 3 — Agricultural Boiler for Steaming 
Food 

John Doty, Toronto, York 
Sec. 4 — Field, or Two Horse Cultivator, Iron 

Isaac Westoott, Bowmanville, Durham 
J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
Peter Mallaby, Weston, York 
Cteorge Wilkinson, Aurora, York 

Sec. 5 — Two Horse Cultivator, Wood 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
T. & G. Morgan, Markham, York 
B. Bell & Son, St. George, Brant 
Chatles Thain, Guelph, Wellington 
Noxon Brothers Manufacturing Company, 
Ingersoll, Oxford 

Sec. 6 — Two Furrow Plough 

George Wilkinson, Aurora, York 
J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
William Hardy ft Son, Churohville, Peel 
Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agrietdtsrat 
Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 

Seo. 8 — Iron Plough 

Thomas Doherty, Watford, Lambton 
J E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
Thomas Yeandle, Stratford, Pertit 



ass XxJ^Yii- 



o>., Strttford, 

am, York 

(3) 
oola for Stoct 



rmo, Halton 



noTse Power 
oo, Separate 
I Power, Cir- 
*ower, Bevel 

estv Toronto, 
e and Tedder 
lo., Stratford,. 

168, Lincola, 



' for caltivat- 
horse steam 

ginefor Agri- 
than 6 Horsf- 
on the Orownd 

)rk 

B, Brantford, 

Fiugal, Elgin 
V>r Steaming 



iltiocUor, Iron 

;, Durham 

Brant 

k 

^ork 

Wood 

York 

rant 

ington 

ng Cknnpanj, 



fork 
Brant 

ohville, Peel 
. AgriotdtBrai 



jambton 

Brant 

Perth 



Class rxxviiL 



AUTHORIZED CATALOOUB. 



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D. McTavish k Son, Watford, Lambton (2) 
George Wilkinson, Aurora, York 
N. C. Peterdon, Samia, Lambton 
"William Hardy & Son, Churchville, Peel 
Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agricultural 

Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 
Richard Sylvester, Kaniskillen, Durham 

Soo. 9 — Wooden Plough 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
Qeorge Wilkinson, Aurora, York 
B. Bell & Son, St. George, Brant (4) 
L. Cossitt & Son, Guelph, Wellington (3) 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 

Sec. 10 — Jwn Beam Plough, with Cast Head 
and Sliare, Steel Mould Board and 
Wood HaiuUea 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York (4) 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Massey Mfg. Co. , Newcastle, Durham (2) 
George Wilkinson, Aurora, York (3) 
N. 0. Peterson, Samia. Lambton 
W. Sharp & Son, AUenford, Bruce 
Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agricultural 

Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 
L. Cossitt & Son, Guelph, Wellington 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 
Patterson & Bro., Patterson, York (5) 
Thompson & Williams' Manufacturing 

Company, Stratford, Perth (2) 
R. Sylvester, Enniskillen, Durham 

Sec. 11 — Wood Beam Plough, One Horse 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
George Wilkinson, Aurora, "V ork 



12 — Iron Beam Plough, One Horse 
Flewry, Aurora, York 



Sec. 

J- 

J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
George Wilkinson, Aurora, York 
Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agricultural 
Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 

Sec. \i— Subsoil Plough 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
J. E. ('ockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
Peter Mallaby, VVeaton, York 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 

Sec. 14 — Double Mould Plough 
John W^atson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Charles Thain, Guelph, Wellington 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 

Sec. 15 — Gang Plough 

Green Bros. Waterford, Norfolk 

John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 

J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 

Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agricultural 

Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 
L. Cossitt & Son, Guelph, Wellington 
Patterson tt Brother^ rattersou, York 



Sea 16 — Horse Hoe, or Single Horse Culti- 
vator {Iroti) 
Isaac Woatcott, Bowmanville, Durham 
Peter Mallaby, Weston, York 

Sec. n— Horse Hoe, or Single Horse. Culli- 
valor ( Wood) 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, W^aterloo 

B. Bell & Son, St. George, Brant 
Charles Thain, Guelph, Wellington 
Patterson & Brother, Patterson, York 

Sec. 18 — Pair of Iron Harroios 

C. L. Rosse & Co., Montreal, Hochelaga 
Isaac Westcott, Bowmanville, Durham 
John Sharp, Schomberg, York (2) 
Peter Mallaby, Weston, York 

William Hardy & Son, Churchville, Peel 
Charles Thain, Guelph, Wellington 
Lewis Elliott, Goderich, Huron 

Sec. 19 — Pair of Wood Harrows 

J. 0. Wisner & Son, Brantford, Brant (2) 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Patterson & Brother, Patterson, York 

Sec. 20 — Iron Land Poller 

John Abell, Woodbridge, York 
Sea 21 — Wooden Land Poller 

J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Juo. Sampson, Don, York 
Noxou Brothers' Mauufactujing Company, 
Ingersoll, Oxford 

Sec. 23 — Stump Extractor 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
John Whitfield, Toronto, York (2) 
Uxbridge Manufacturing and Agricultural 
Works, Uxbridge, Ontario 

Sec. 24 — Extras 

J. 0. Wisner & Son, Brantford, Brant, twi» 
Farm Trucks 

T. & G. Morgan, Markham, York, two- 
horse Grubber (wood) 

B. F. Baker, Belleville, Hastings, La Dob 
Pulverizing Harrow 

Thompson & Williams' Manufacturing 
Company, Stratford Perth: I'rairic 
Plough 

W. Rennie, Toronto, York : Chain Harrow 

CLASS XXXVIII— Implements and Ma- 
chines for Harvesting, Preparing Pro- 
ducts for Use, Carriage, &c., horse or 
other power. 

Sec. 1 — Horse Pitchfork and Tackle 

Wortman & Morrow, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 2 — Potato Digger 

John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
Archibald Dobbie, Thorold, Welland 



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Class XXXIX. 



Ik: 



Sec. 3 — Straw Cutter 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
J. E. Cockshutt, Brantford, Brant 
Haggert, Bros., Brampton, Peel 
Patterson & Brother, Patterson, York 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 4 — Machine for Cutting Roots for Stock 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
A. Flewry, Markham, York. 
James T. Bums, King, York 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 5 — Machine for Pulping Boots fm' Stock 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
A. Fleviry, Markham, York 
David Maxwell, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 6 — Cidtr Mill and Press 

H. Soils, Vienna, Elgin. 

Sec. 7 — Two Horse Team Waggon, Iron Axle 

Hugh McCort, Malton, Peel 

W. B. Glower, Richview, Ontario 

Sec. 8 — Two Horse Team Waggon, Thivibk 
% Skein. 

A. Wright & Son, Richmond Hill, York 
Speight & Son, Markham, York (4) 

Sec. 9 — Two Horse Spring Market Waggon 
A. Wright & Son, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 12 — Farm Sleigh. 
P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York 

Sec. 13— Extras. 

Robert Crow, Leslieville, York. 
Lager Beer Waggon. 

P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth : Sleighs, 
collection of, with patent iron ; Sleighs, 
Knees, consisting of 4 or more Sleighs 

CLASS XXXIX— Agriciiltural Tools and 
Implements, chiefly for hand use. 

Sec. 2 — Assortment of Drain Tiles 
Thomas Nightingale, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 4 — Half dozen Steel Hoes 

A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Co., Cedar 
^)alt. ''•■'■.ino 

^'. 7 .'' il< en Manv.re Forks 

<. . ''V'k 'ig Manufacturing Co., Cedar 
.iii, ■' u rio 

>5.;j. •* — Ta 1 .■^•^'? Spading Forks 
A, ?. S"^:'' .Q "Tanufacturing Co., Cedar 
Dale, Ontario 

Sec. 9 — Seed Drill or Barrow for Turnips, d-c. 
John Bartlett, Oshawa, Ontario 
J. W. Mann, per W. Rennie, York, Toronto 



Sec. 10— Com Shelter 
John Watson, Ayr, Waterloo 
J. C. Schoonmaker, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 12 — Lawn Roller 
Massey Mnf'g Co., Newcastle, Durham 

Sec. 13 — Half dozen Sci/lhe Snaths 

H. E. Ketchum, per W. Rennie, Toronto, 
York (2) 

Sec. 14 — Orain Cradle 

Samuel English, sen., Omemee, Victoria 
Frank Cassidy, Lloydtown, York 
H. E. Ketchum, per W. Rennie, Toronto, 
York (4) 

Sec. 15 — Half dozen Grass Scythes 
A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Co., Cedar 
Dale, Ontario 

Sec. 16 — Half dozen Cradle Scythes 
A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Co., Cedar 
Dale, Ontario 

Sec. 17 — Laton Mowing Machine 
J. VanderSchaflF, Bowmanville, Durham (2) 
W. Wilkie, per W. Rennie, Toronto. 

York (2) 
L. Cossitt, & Son, Guelph, Wellington 
Toronto Reaper and Mower Co., Toronto. 

York (2) 
Messrs. Lloyd, Supple k Watson, per J. 

A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. \^— Half dozen Hay Rakes 
Frank Cassidy, Lloydtown, York 
D. Oatman & Sons, Tilsonburg, Oxford {2> 
H. E. Ketchum, per W. Rennie, Toronto, 
York (2) 

Sec. 19 — Half dozen Hay Forks 

A. S. Whiting Manufacturing Co., Cedar 
Dale, Ontario 

Sec. 2Q~Straw or Barley Fork, Wood 

B. W. Clarke, Downsview, York 
Sec. 22— Set Horse Slioes 

John Percy, Bowmanville, Durham (4) 
Sec. 24 — Farm Gate 
J. E. Stong, Yorkville, York 
W. H. Yocom, Selkirk, Haldimand 
Hiram Jones, St. Thomas, Elgin 
George W. Simons, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
A. F. Wright, Toronto, York 
R. E. Stephens, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 25 — Specimen Farm Fence, wood 
John Shuttleworth, Weston, York 
R. E. Stephens, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 26 — Specimen Wire Fencing, not less than 
2 rods, erected on the ground 

Hiram Jones, St. Thomas, Elgin 



Class XL. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



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Sec. 27 — Woodden Pump 
Plows & Kennedy, Toronto, York (2) 
Ontario Pump Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 29— Extras 
J. Flewry, Aurora, York, Wheelbarrow 
J. VV. Elliott, Toronto, York, Sickle 

Grinder 
H. E. Bullock, Otterville, Oxford, Hand 

Com Planter 
John Bartlett, Oahawa, Ontario, Hand 

Com, Bean, and Pumpkin Seed Planter 



AGBICULTURAL PRODUCTS 

CLASS XL— Field Grains, Hops, &c. 

Sec. I— Ten Buahela of Winter Wheat, the 
produce of Canada, being the growth of 
1879. Each sample, must be of one dis- 
tinct variety, pure and unmixed. 
Robert Tuck, Freeman, Halton 
Robert W. Thompson, Ellesmere, York 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 
Wm. Tuck, Waterdown, Halton 
Thomas Stock. Waterdown, Wentworth 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

Sec. 2--W}ieat, White Winter, 2 bushels 
Robert Tuck, Freeman, Halton 
Allan Gray, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 

E. Stock, Mimico, York 

Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey (2) 
Robert W. Thompson, Ellesmere, York 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 
Wm. Tuck, Waterdown, Halton 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 3— Wheat, Red Winter, 2 busheU 

E. Tolchard, Toronto, York 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 4 — Wheat, Bald Spring, 2 bushels 
Robert Tuck, Freeman, Halton 
Allan Gray, Uxbridge, Ontario 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
Cyrus Gallinger, Clarksburg, Grey 
Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 
D. E. Blake, Keswick, York 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey (5) 
Walter Riddell, Cobourg, Northumberland 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 

Sec. 6 — Spring Wheat, bearded variety of 
Robeii Tuck, Freeman, Halton 
Allan Gray, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Cyrus Gallinger, Clarksburg, Grey (2) 
Walter Clarksburg, Clarksburg, (Jrey 



(2) 
(2) 



Charles Grant, Thombu-y, Grey (4) 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

Sec. 6 — Barley (2 rowed), 2 bushels 

Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
Thomas Gibson, Hagerman, York 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Walter Riildell, Cobourg, Northumberland 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 

Sec. 7 — Barley (6 rowed), 2 bushels 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Cyrus Gallinger, Clarksburg, Grey 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 

E. Stock', Mimico, York 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Robert W. Thompson, Ellesmere, York 
Wm. Tuck, Waterdown, Halton 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
Thomas Gibson, Hagerman, York 

Sec. 8 — Bye, Winter, 2 bushels 

Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 9 — Rye, Spring, 2 bushels 

Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 10 — Oats {white), 2 bushels 
Allan Gray, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 
Charles Grant, Thornbuvy, Grey 
Robert W. Thompson, Ellesmere, York 
Walter Riddell, Cobourg, N()rthuml)erlan<l 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugl)y, Simcoe 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 11 — Oats, black, 2 bushels 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Robert W. Thompson, Ellesmere, York 
Henry Spicer, Islmgton, York 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

Sec. 13 — Peas, small, field, 2 bushels 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Cyrus Gallinger, Clarksburg, Grey 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, York 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

Sec. 14 — Peas, Marrowfat, 2 bushels 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey (2) 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 



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Sec. 16 — Peaa, field, 2 bxiahelg of any other 
kind 

Cyrus Gallinger, Clarksburg, Grey 
Walter Hartman, (vlarkshui-g, ihey 
Charles Grant, Thonibury, Grey (2) 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, (irey 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 

Sec. 16 — Beans, small white field, bushel 
Walter Riddell, Cobourg, Northumberland 
J. D. l.utz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

Sec. 17 — Beans, large white field, bushel 

J, D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

Sec. IS— Com, Indian, in the ear (white), 2 
bushels 

E. Tolchard, Toronto, York 

J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Juo. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 19 — Corn, White Dent, in the ear, 2 
biuih Is 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 20 — Corn, Indian {yellow), 2 bushels 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
F. & R. Baby, I^ambton Mills, York 

Sec. 21— Hops 

Thomas Davies & Co. , Toronto, York 

Sec. 22— Extras 

Charles Grant, Thorubury, Grey, collec- 
tion of Grain in straw 

Walter Riddell, Cobourg, Northumberland, 
Tares. 1 bushel 

Wm. Rennie, Toronto, York, collection of 
(Jrain and in straw (2) 

John Torrance, Scarboro Junction, York : 
Scent's house, or Field Beans 

CLASS XLI— Small Field Seeds, Flax, 
Hemp, &c. 

Sec. 1 — Timothy Seed, bushel 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Julisk Breula, Ringwood, York 
Jno. Rutherford, Rugby, Simcoe 

Sec. 2— Orchard Grass Seed, bushel 
Walter Hartman, (Jlarksburg, Grey 

Sec. 3 — Clover Seed, bushel 
Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Juliak Breuls, Ringwood, York 



Sec. 4 — Clover Seed, Alsike., half bushel 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 6— Flax Seed, bushel 

Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 

Sec. 7 — Turnip Seed, Swedish, from trans- 
planted bulbs, not less than 12 lbs 
Alfred Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 

Sec. 8-~Turnip Seed, Qrey Stone, 12 Ibt 

Alfred Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 

Sec. 9— Carrot Seed, WhiU BeUjian Field, 
12 lbs 

Alfi-ed Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 

Sec. 10 — Mangel Wurtzell Seed, Long Red, 

12 lbs 

Alfred Cmmb, Bowmaninlle, Durham 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
Walter Hartman, Clarksburg, Grey 

Sec. 11 — Mangel Wurtzell Seed, Yellow Olobe, 

13 lbs 

Alfred Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 

Sec. 12 — Tares, bushel of 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 

Sec. 13 — Buckwheat, bushel 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

Sec. 14 — Millet, bushel 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 15 — Orass Seed, Hungarian, bushel 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Charles Grant, Thornbury, Grey 

Sec. 22— Extras 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York, Collection 
of Seeds, artistically displayed 

CLASS XLII— Field Roots 
Sec. I — Potatoes, Snowfiake, bushel 

J. H. Rowe, King, York 

Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 

John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 

Sec. 2 — Potatoes, Garden Chilis, bushel 
James Haire, Toronto, York 
James Moore, Islington, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 



Sec. Z—P 
L. H.^ 
James 
George 
J. H. K 
Thomai 
James 
John H 
Frank 
F. &R. 



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W. M. 



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Sec. 3 — Potatofs, Early Rosf, bushel 
L. H. Yeoraans, Mount Forest, Wellington 
Jamca Haire, Toronto, York 
George .Syme, Carlton West, York 
J. H. Rowe, King, York 
Thomas Stock, VV aterdown, Wentworth 
Jaiuer< Moore, Islington, York 
John Ht'wer, Gut'ljili, Wellington 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 4 — Potatoes, BrowneM's Beauty, btishel 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 6 — Potatoes, Breeze's Prolijic, bushel 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, (irey 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 7 — Potatoes, Buliy, bushel 
W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 

Sec. 8 — Potatoes, any other sort, bushel 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
J. H. Rowe, King, York (G) 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
Charles K. Brown, Mimico, York (2) 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 9 — Potatoes, Seedling 
J. H. Rowe, King, York (4) 

Sec. 10— Collection of Field Potatoes (ipeck 
of each sort named) 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
J. H. Rowe, King, York. 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
John Hewer, (iuelph, Wellington 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 

Sec. W^Swede Turnips, Eight Roots, Mar- 
shall's Jmiyroved 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, WaterdoAvn, Wentworth 
.John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
James Hayward, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 12 — Swede Turnips, Eight Roots, darter's 
Charles Scott, Orange-ille, Wellington 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 13 — Swede Turnips, Eight Roots, Skir- 
rings 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
James Moore, Islington, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
Robert Wilson, Davenport, York 



Sec. 14 — Siuede. Turnips, Eight Roots, Sham- 
rocks 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

Sec. l5~Su)ede Turnips, Eight Roots, Bang- 
holm 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
L. H. Yeomans, Mount Forest, Wellingtt>» 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
Robert Wilson, Davenport, York 

Sec. 16— ^wede Turnips, Eight Roots, Sutton's 
Champion 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

E. StocK, Mimico, York 

Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 17 — Swede Turnips, Eight Roots, West- 
bury 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
John Hewer, (inelph, Wellington 

Sec. 18—Titmips, Eight Roots, White Globe 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

E. Stock, Mimico, York 
James Moore, Islington, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, WellinCton 
James Hayward, I)oncaster, York 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 19 — Turnips, Eight Rootn, Orey stone 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

E. Stock, Mimico, "iork 

John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 20 — Turnips, Eight Roots, Aberdetu 

yellows 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
John Hewer, (iuelph, Wellington 

Sec. 21 — Carrots, Twelve Roots, Red 

Charles Scott, ( )rangeville, Wellington 
Simpson Rennie, Millikeu, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
T. Sherwood, Fergus. Wellington 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 

Sec. 22— Carrota, 7'welve Roots, White or 
Belgian 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 



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E. Htock, Mimico, York 
.Tamus Ilairc, Toronto, York 

T. Syiorwoou, Fergus, Wellington 
Thomas Stock, W^terdown, Wcntworth 
Johu Hewer, Gnelph, Wellington 
Robert Wilson, Davenport, York 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 

F. & U. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 23 — Mangel Wurtzel, 8 roots, long red 
L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
HimjiHon Kennie, Milliken, York 
E. Sto'ik, Mimico, York 
James Haire, Toronto, York 
George Syme, Oarlton West, York 
T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Weutworth 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
Robert Wilson, Davenport, York 

Sec. 24 — Mangle Wurtzel, 8 roots, red globe 

Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 

E. Stock, Mimico, York 

Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 25 — Manuel Wurtzel, 8 roots, yellow globe 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 26 — Mangle Wurtzel, 8 roots, long yellow 
George Keith, Toronto, York 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 28 — Beet, 8 roots, white sugar 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Thomas Stock, Waterdown, Wentworth 

Sec. 29 — Parsnips, 12 roots 

L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 

George Keith, Toronto, York 

E. Stock, Mimico, York 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 

William, Benham, Guelph, Wellington 

Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 

Sec. 30 — Chicory, 12 roots 
E. Stock, Mimico, York 
Wm. Riddle, Cobourg, Northumberland 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, Y'"ork 

Sec. 31 — Squashes for cattle, 2, large 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York ^ 
James Hay ward, Doncaster, York' 

Sec. 32 — Pumpkins, 2, mammoth field 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
James Moore, Islington, York 



Sec. 33 — Pumpkins, 4, common yellow field 
Simpson Rennicf, Milliken, York 
James Moore, Islington, York 
Julisk Breuls, Ringwood, York 

Hoc. 34—ExtraJi 
Wm. Rennie, Toronto, York : collection of 

Potatoes 
Jas. Haywood, Doncaster, York : Squash, 

Vegetable Cheese ; Sijuash, Hubbard 
George Hope, Yurkville, York, Swede 

Turnips, Purple Tops ; Turnips, Early 

Stone 



DAIBT PRODUCTS AND 
UTENSILS. 

CLASS XLIII— Butter, Cheese, and Dairy 
Utensils. 

Sec. 1—Best 3 Firkins of Butter, fitted for 
exportation, not less than !i6 pounds in 
each, made by exhibitor 
Hugh Clark, Brampton, Peel 
Miss Helen Douglas, per R. Brydon, 

Agent, Newbury, Middlesex 
Mrs. R. J. Foster, per R. Brydon, Agent, 

Newbury, Middlesex 
Mrs. Jos. Deacon, per R. Brydon, Agent, 

Newbury, Middlesex 
William Thompson, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Robert Carter, Brampton, Peel 
John McLury, Greystead, MidtUesex 

Sec. 2 — Butter, best Firkin of, in shipping 
order, not less 'han 56 lbs. 
A. Gifford, Meafoid, Grey 
Hugh Clark, Brampton, Peel 
Miss Helen Douglas, per R. Brydon, 

Agent, Newbury, Middlesex. 
Mrs. R J. Foster, per R. Brydon, Agent, 

Newbury, Middlesex 
Mrs. Jos. Deacon, per R. Brydon, Agent, 

Newbury, Middlesex. 
Mrs. T. Johnson, Scarboro' Junction, Y''ork 
Robert Carter, Brampton, Peel 
John McLury, Greystead, Middlesex 

Sec. 3 — Butter, best, not less than 28 lbs, in 
firkin, crock or tub. 
A. Gifford, Meaford, Gray 
Hugh Clark, Brampton, Peel 
George Lawson, Victoria Square, York 
William Thompson, Uxbridge, Ontario 
Robert Carter, Brampton, Peel 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 
John McLury, Greystead, Middlesex 

Sec. 4 — Creamery Butter, beat 3 firkins in 

shipping order, not less than 56 lbs., 

made in the following months, one in 

each, viz : June, July, and August 

Beaver Creek Creamery Co., New Dundee, 

Waterloo 
Corbin Creamery Co., Montreal, Quebec 
William Thompson, Uxbridge, (hitario 






Class XLIII. 



lellow field 
)rk 

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collection of 

irk: Squash, 
, Hubbard 
ork, Swede 
mips, Early 



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I, and Dairy 

'.r, fitted for 
J6 pounds ill 



R. Brydon, 

X 

rdon, Agent, 

rdon, Agent, 

(, Ontario 

el 

diUesex 

in shippinij 



R. Brydon, 

X. 

don, Agent, 

don. Agent, 

action, York 
bI 

idlesex 
in 28 lbs. ill 



ire, York 
, Ontario 
A 

.York 
Idlesex 

3 firkins in 
lian 56 lis., 
nths, one in 
! August 

ew Dundee, 

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Sec. 5 — Butter, not Itst than 8 lbs., in roll or 
print. 

Abraham Hoover, Elia, York 

Hugh Clark, Brampton, Peel 

Oeortfo Lawson, Victoria Siiuare, York 

Mrs.L. S. Lundy, Drummonavillo.WoUand 

William Thompson, Uxbridge, Ontario 

Mrs. Thos. Jonuson, Scarboro' Junction, 

York 
liobert Carter, Brampton, Peel 
F. k R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 
John McLury, Greystcad, Middlesex 
Mrs. WiUiam Bell, York MiUs, York 

Sue. 6 — Cheeses, best 6 factory, not less than 
45 lbs. each, with statement of number 
of cows and management of factory. 
Russell & Gardiner, Napanee, Lennox 
William WaddeU, Corinth. Elgin 
J. A. Robins, Putnam, Middlesex 
Andrew Aitchiaon, Listowel, Perth 
Wm. Symington, Camlachie, Lambton 
Wm. Huxley, Fullarton's Comers, Perth 
11. Morrison, Hawksvillo, Waterloo 
A. Y. Andrews, Wyoming, Lambton 

Sec. 7 — Cheese, best dairy, not less than 30 lbs 
Samuel Moore, Seneca, Haldimand 
H. T. Lenty, Burnliamthorpe, Peel 

.Sue. 8 — Cheeses, be^t 2 Canada Stilton, not less 
than 8 lbs. each 

Mrs. Eliza Parsons, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 9 — Cheeses, best 3 Canada Glo'ster or 
Wiltshire loaf or ruckle, not less than 8 
lbs each. 

Wm. Huxley, Fullarton's Corners, Perth 
Jno, E. Andrew^, Camlachie, Lambton 
A. Y. Andrews, Wyoming, Lambton 



Sec. 10 — Bread manufactured for sale, 4 loavea 

J. Dempster, Toronto, York 
John D. Nasmith, Toronto, York 
C. A. Hul, Toronto, York 
W. Anderson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Bread, Home-made, 2 loaves 
Mrs. L. 8. Lundy, DrummondviUo, WeUand 
Mrs. Fauquier, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Breuls, Ringwood, York 
Mrs. R. Wilson CarlUin, Davenport, York 
Miss Tracy, I^nibtou Mills, York 

Sec. \2r— Butter Tubs, best Collection of,Jor 
Shipping purjwses 
Robert Burchell, Toronto, York 
Jos. Landreville, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Chum 
EHza Glendillen, Owen Sound, Grey 
Jos. Landreville, Toronto, York 
L. Blanchard Sons, per W. Rennie, Toronto. 

York (2) 
William Southward, Toronto, York 
0. T. Brandon & Co., Toronto, York 

See. 20— Extras 

Eliza Glendillen, Owen Sound Grey, Spin- 
ning Machine, Dog Power 

John D. Nasmith, Toronto, York, Aerated 
Bread, Scotch Cream Roll 

Russell & Gardiner, Napanee, Lennox, 
Curd Cutting Machine 

James McKelvey, St. Catharines, Lincoln, 
Cream Still or Portable Gatherer 

Robert Donaldson, Montreal, P.Q , Butter 
and Cheese Testers, assortment of 



HORTICULTUEAL DEPAETMEISfT. 



FRUIT, PLANTS, FLOWERS, 
VEGETABLES, &o. 

CLASS XLIV— Fmit— Professional Nur- 
serymen's List 

Sec. 1 —Apples, 30 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 

A. M, Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 

Sec. 2 — Apples, 20 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 

A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 

Sec. 3 — Apples, 6 varieties Fall Table, named, 
4 ojf each 
A. M. Smith &Go., Grimsby, Lincoln 



Sec. 



A. 

Sec. 



4 — Apples, 6 varieties Fall Cooking, 
named, 4 of each 

M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 

5 — Apples, 6 varieties Winter Table, 
named, 4 of each 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
Sec. 6 — Apples, 6 varieties Winter Cooking, 
named, 4 of each 

A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
James Hayward, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 7 — Pears, collection of not less than 15i 
varieties, correctly named, 4 of each 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
Chase Bros. & Bowman, Toronto, York 



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Sec. 8—Piirii, 6 varietiai, eorreetly named, 
4 of '-neh 

A. M. Smith & Co., Qritniby, Liuuoln 

Sec. 9 — Pl'tmn, rollirlion of not hsH than 15 
vnriiiiiH, correctti/ nnmed, 6 of each 

Captain Snider, Kglington, York 

Seo. 10 — PhnnH, 6 varietUti, correctly named, 
i)f each 

A. M. Smith & Co., Orinisby, Lincoln 
Captain Snider, Eglington, York 

Sec. 11 — Peaches, collection of, correctly 
named, not lens than 6 varieties, 6 of' 
each 

A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 

iSec. 12 — Peaches, 3 varieties, 6 of each 
A. M. Smith & Co., (JrimBby, Lincoln 

^ec. 13 — Qrapes, collection, i/rown in open air, 
\'2 varieties, 2 hunches of each, named 

A. M. Sniitli & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
John Holder, St. C'atharines, Lincoln 
Chase iJroH. & Bowman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Gropes, collection, varieties, grown 
in open air, 2 hunches of each, correctly 
named 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
John Holder, 8t. Catharines, Lincoln 

Sec. 15 — Grajies, 3 canities. Black, (jrown in 
open air, '2 buiw.hca of each, correctly 
nuiiud 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Sec. \^—Qrape«, 3 varieties, any other colour, 
grown in open air, 2 bunchet of each, 
correctly named 

A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Sec. n^Orapts, collection of, 6 varieties, 
grown under glass, 1 hunch of each sort, 
correctly named 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

•Sec. 18 — Grapes, 3 varieties, Black, grown 
uiuler glass 

John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

iJec. IQ—Graytes, 3 varieties, White, grown 
under glnss 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Soc. 20 — Grapes, 3 varieties, any other 
color, firoivn tinder glass 
John Hildor, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Sec. 21 — (rap IS, heaviest I Imii^h, black 
Hambunj Orapes, grovm wider glass 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 



Sec. 22 — Grapes, heaviesl 1 hHnch blaci 
Orapes, any other kind, grovtm under 
glass 
John Holder, St. Catharinss, Lincoln 

Soc. 23 — Orapeji, heaviest 1 bunch white 
Grovpes, grovm widrr glass 
John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincolo 

Sec. 24 — Fniit, best disftlay, growth of 
Exhibitor, distinct from othr entries, 
not more than fou/r specimetui of eath 
sort, named, grown under glass and in 
open air 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 

Sec. 25 — Crabs, collection of 1 dozen each, 
of G varieties, cultivated 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
Chase Brothers &, Bowman, Toronto, York 

CLASS XLV.— General List— Apples and 
Pears 

Sec. 1 — Applet, 20 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wcntworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markhiim, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae lloss, Leslie, York 
R. Currie, Niagara, Wclland 

Sec. 2 — Apples, 10 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 
S Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wcntworth 
James Fleming, Kilsyth.' Grey 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
G. T. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. T. Stotts, Markham, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 
R, Currie, Niagara, Wclland 

Sec. 3 — Apples, 4 varieties, Dessert, correctly 
named, 4 of each 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wcntworth 
J. M. Hirachfelder, Toronto, York 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. p. Stotts, Markham, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 
R. Currie, Niagara, Wclland 

Sec. 4 — Apples, 4 varieties, Cooking, eorreethj 
named, 4 of each 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 



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AUTUORIZEI) CATALOOnC. 



J. D. Latz, Stnney Cr««k, W«otworth 

J. M. Hiraclifulder, Toronto, York 

B. M. <irittith, Uhmsby, Lincoln 

<>. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. (J. Fitamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Mrs. (jleorgt) Cooper, Lufllieville, York 

J. U. Ntotta, Mitrkham, York 

John Hamilton, Doncoster, York 

John MuOrau Koaa, Leslie, York 

A. K. Mather, Islington, York 

R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 

Sec. 5 — Applet!, Early Joe 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowo, King, York 
(I. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 6 — Apples, 6 Benoni 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
(). J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Utotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 7 — Apples, 6 Hawley 
James Flaming, Kilsyth, Qrey 
K. M. (Jritiith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
Noah Sunley, Uuelph, Wellington 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Mtotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 8 — Apples, 6 Duchess qf Oldenburgh 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Noah Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
O. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 
J. D. Stotta, Markham, York 
James Hayvard, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 9 — Apples, <\ Snow 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 

James Moore, Islington, York 

W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. D. Lutz, iStoney Creek, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. G. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

A. £. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 10—6 FaJl Pippins 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Jnnotion, York 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 



J. 1). LatA Stonoy Cretik, Wiikkwortb 
J. M. Hirsclifuidur, Toronto, York 
R. M. (iriffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Vimil, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. C!urrio, Niagara, VVi'llau<l 
James I'ape, Toronto, York 
John Mc( 'rae lloHH, iiCaliti, York 
A. K. Mather, lulington, York 

Sec. 11 — AppUn, iiUravenstein 

W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 
R J. Howi-8, llamilt<m, Wentworth 
J. I). Lntz, vStoney Creek, Wentworiii 
R. M. Griffith, (iriiUMby, Lincoln 
J. Wulkor, Virgil, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
John Hamilton, OoncjMter, York 
W. W. TatUu. Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Roes, lioslie, York 

Sec. \1— Apples, 6 Shiawanee Beauty 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Ijncoln 

Sec. \&— Apples, 6 Maiden's Blwth 

J. D. Lutz, St(*iey Creek, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, (irimaby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellingt<ju 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Nlarkham, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 14 — Apples, 6 Cayuga Bed StreaJe or W 
ounce 

S. Machell, p«r J. H. Rowe, King, York 

J. D. Lutz, Stouey Creek, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

O. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

R. Currie, Niagara. WeUand 

James Pape, Toronto, York 

John MoCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 15 — Apples, 6 Mother 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 16— Apples, 6 St. Lawrence 

S. MacheU, per 3. H. Rowe, King, York 

J. BflU, Burlington, Halton, 

J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Won iworth 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Mrs. George Croper, LealieviUc, York 

J. D. StottB, Markham, York 

W. W. TatUe, YorkvUle, York 

John McCrae Roes, Leslie, York 

A. £. Mather. Islington, York 



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Class XLT. 



Sec. 17 — Apples, 6 of any other variety fall 
Apple 

E. M. Qriiiith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

James Moore, Islington, York 

R. J. Holies, HamUton, Wentworth 

G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. D. Stotts, >farkham, York 

James Hayward, Doncaater, York (3) 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 18 — Apples, 6 Ribston Pij^ina 

S. Maohell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

James Moore, Islington, York 

James Bell, Burlington, Halton 

J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 

James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Mrs. George Cooper, LeslieviUe, York 

W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 19 — Apples, 6 Alexander 
James Moore, Islington, York 
W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
R. M. Griliith, Grimsbjr, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lmcoln 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 20 — Apples, 8 Aesophus SpUzenburg 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, VirgiX Lincoln 
John McCrae Iu}ss, Leslie, York 

Sec. 21 — Apples, 6 Beauty of Kent or Kentish 
Fillbasket 

Greorge Taylor, Scarboro Junction, York 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 22 — Apples, 6 Baldwin 

S. Maohell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

R, J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. D. Lntz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lmcoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

£. C. Feamside, Uamilton, Wentworth 



R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaater, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 23 — Apples, 6 Rhode Island Greening 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 

James Bell, Burlington, Halton 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 

James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

•T. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

R. Currie, Niagara, Welland- 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

James Hayward, Doncaster, York 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

James Pape, Toronto, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 24 — Apples, 6 Wagerver 
W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 26 — Apples, 6 Golvert 
(Jeorge Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
S. Machell, per J, H. Rowe. King, York 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearsnide, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkvUle, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 26 — Apples, 6 Yellow Bellflower 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Kils3rth, Grey 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John MoGrae Robs, Leslie, York 



Class XLY. 



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AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



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Sec. 27 — Apples, 6 King of Tompkins Co. 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 2S—Appk8, 6 Talman's Sweet 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
James Knox, Belleyille, Hastings 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. WsJker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niugara, Weiland 
Mrs. Greorge Cooper, Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, do 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

Sec. 29 — Apples, 6 Orimea' Oolden 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 30— Apples, 6 Porter 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York. 

Sec. 31 — Apples, 6 Roxhury Sussett -* 

S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

R. Currie Niagara, Welland 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 32 — Apples, 6 Swaar 
R. M, Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 33 — Applen, 6 Fallawattr 
G. J, Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 34 — Apples, 6 American Oolden Sussett 
S. Machell, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 



W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 
John McCrae Ross, LesUe, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 35 — Apples, 6 Swayae Pomme Orise 
S. Machell, per J . H. Rowe, King, York 
R. J. Howes, HamUton, Wentwoith 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, WelUngton 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 
John HamUton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 36 — Apples, 6 Pomme Orise 

S. MacheU, per J. H. Rowe. King, York 

James Moore, Islington, York 

R. J. Howes, HamUton, Wentworth 

J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

R. M. Griifith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 

John McCrae Ross, LesUe, York 

Sec. 37— Apples, 6 Northern Spy 
S. MacheU, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
James Knox, BeUeviUe, Hastings 
James BeU, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Kilsyth, Grey 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, WeUand 
Mrs. George Cooper, LesheviUe, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkvUle, York 
John McCrae Ross, LesUe, Yot & 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 38 — Apples, 6 of any other variety, Wiitter 

S. MacheU, per J. H. Rowe, King, York 
R. J. Howes, HamUton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
G. J. MiUer, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Nuigara, WeUand 



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Class XLT. 



J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John McCrau Rosh, Leslie, York 

Sec. .39 — Apples, 6 Seedling, Winter variety 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincolu 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Linjoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 40 — Ap/jlet, 6 Seedling, Fall variety 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Liacoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkvUle, York 

Sec. 41 — Pears, collection of 20 varieties, 4 of 
each 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 42 — Pears, 10 varietiet of 4 each 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
a. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McGrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 4.3 — Pears, 4 varieties of 4. each 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
(}. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
.John McCrao Koss, Leslie, York 

Sec. 'H—Pears, 6 Bartlett 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Liugoln 
8. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Vjrgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
Henry Brown, YorkviUe, Yorii 

Sec. 45 — Pears, 6 Seckel 
R. J. Howes, Hamilttni, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
W. A. ^imith, Brantford, Bnuat 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Unooln 



S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentwortii 

R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

See. 4&— Pears, 6 White Doyerme 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirf chfelder, Toronto, York 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 47 — Penrs, 6 Larorence 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 48- -Pears, 6 Flemish Beauty 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentv^'orth 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

James Hayward, Doncaster, York 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

A. £. Mather, IsUngton, York 

Sec. 49 — Pears, 6 Beurre Diel 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, lincoln 
8. Woodley, Hamiltou, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
£. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamiltou, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. Sfi— Pears, 6 Louise Bonne de Jersey 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grinwby, Lincoln 



Class XLT. 



Class XLV. 



AUTHORIZED OATALOOUK. 



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S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Vireil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland, 
John Hamilton, Uoucaster, York 
John McCrae Rosa, Leslie, York 

Sec. 61 — Pears, 6 Oavoego Beurre 

G. J. Miller, Virpl, Lincoln 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrac Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 52 — Pears, 6 BeUe Lucrative 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N, Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
(J. J. Miuer, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R> Carrie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

flee. 53 — Pears, 6 Duchesse d^A ngouleme 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 54 — Pears, 6 Beurre Box 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hainilton, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 55 — Pears, 6 Beurre d'Anjou 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
.f. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W, W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
John McCrae Ross, LesKe, York 

Sec. 56 — Pears, 6 Beurre Clairgean 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
K. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
U. Carrie, Niagara, Welltfnd 
John Hamilton, DoncaalWi York 

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Sec. 57 — Pears, 6 Beurre Sujyerfin 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 68 — Pea^s, 6 Beurre Hardy 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 59— Pears, 6 Ooodale 

G. J. Miller, Vireil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgu, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 60 — Pears, 6 Clapp's Favourite 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
J. D. atotts, Alarkham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 61— Pears, 6 Bturre Grin' D'llim- 
Noveau 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
Sec. 62— Pears, 6 Biiffam 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 63 — Pears, 6 Doyenne Bousaock 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
Sec. 64 — Pears, 6 Orey Doyenne 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 66— Pmr«, 6 Sheldon 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Jjincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentwortk 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
Jolin Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, York 

Sec. 66 — Pears, 6 Swan's Orange 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 67— Pear d, 6 White Nelis 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wemtwortk 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
8. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 



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Class XLVi. 



Q. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
K. Corria, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. m— Pears, 6 Howell 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
K M. Griffith, Griniaby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincom 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
K. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 69— Peart, 6 Vicar qf Wakefield 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
K. M. Grimth, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
K. Carrie, Niagara, Welland 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
John McCrae Boss, Leslie, Vork 

Sec. 10— Pears, 6 Easter Beurre 
B. J. Howes Hamilton, Wentworth 
8. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, lancoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Uurrie, Niagara, Welland 
John McCrae Kobb, Leslie, York 

8ec. 71 — Pears, 6 Beurre de VAssomptUm 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

£. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 72 — Pears, G Brockvxnih Park 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 73 — Fears, 6 Mount Vernon 
H. M. Oriffitb. Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lmcoln 

Sec. 74 — Pears, 6 PitmasUm 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
Hec. 75 — Pears, 6 of any other fall variety 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
G, J. Miller, Vircil, Lincoln 
J, Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Sec. 76 — Pears, 6 of any other variety of winter 

R. J. Howes, Hatifilton, Wentworth 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J, Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
A. £. Mather, Islington, York 

CLASS XLVI — Plums, Peiushes, Grapes, &c 

Sec. 1 — Plums, collectiort of not less than 15 
varieties, 6 qf e'Mh, correctly named 
L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
George Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
GilcluriBt Brothers, Guelph, Wellington 



Sec. 2 — Plums, collecticm of 6 varieties, green 
or yellow, 6 of each, correctly named 
L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
riharles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
George Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Brothers, Guelph, Wellington 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 3 — Plums, Collection of, 6 varieties, red 
or blue, 6 of each, correctly named 

L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hanjilton, Wentworth 
George Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 4 — Plums, 12 Peach, & of each 

N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Gilchrist Brothers, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 5 — Plums, 12 Prince Englebert 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Gilchrist Brothers, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 7 — Plums, 12 Bradshaw 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington. 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 8 — Plum^, 12 Lombard 

L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Georg". Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
J. D. ." Viitts, Markham, York 
W. \V. rattle, YorkviUe, York 
Gilchrifit Bros., Guelph, Wellington 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 9 — Plums, 12 Washington 
L. H. Yoemans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 10 — Pbims, 12 Victoria 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
S. Woodley, Hamilton. Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 11 — Plums, 12 HuUng's Superb. 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Broe., Guelph, Wellington 



]!la8s XLVi. 



Class SLVi. 



AUTHORIZED CATATOOUE. 



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Sec. 12— Pluma, 12 Coe'a Oolden Drop 
K. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. PeamBide, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Gilchriat Bros., Guelpjh, Wellington 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sen. 13— Plunu, 12 Yellow Egg 
L. H. YeomauB, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. StottB, Markham, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 14 — PluTos, 12 Smith's Orkana 
J. Bell, Burlin^n, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Gnelph, Wellington 
George Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 15 — Pluma, 12 Oreen Oage 
L. H. Yeomans, Mt. Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
K. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
J. D. Stutts, Markham, York 
('ilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. l6-^Pluma, 12 Imperial Oage. 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. 0. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 17 — Plmna, 12 McLaughlin 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
George Elliott, Gnelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 18 — Pluma, 12 Pond'a Seedling 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
(ieorge Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 19 — Plums, 12 Deaaert, 1 variety, cor- 
rectly named 
L. H. YeomauB, Mount Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orui£eville, Welliogton] 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 20 — Pluma, 12 Cooking, 1 variety, C4fr- 
rectly named 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 



J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 2\— Plums, 12 Seedling 
N. Sunley, Guelph, WeUington 
Captain Snider, Egliugton, York 
W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. ^— Plums, 12 Native Red 

L. H. Yeomans, Mount Forest, Wellington 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

W. W. Tattle, YorkvUle, York 

Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 28 — Peaches, 6 varieties of, correctly 
named, 6 of each 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 24r— Peaches, 6 Early Beatrice 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 25 — Peaches, 6 Early Louise 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 27 — Peaches, 6 Early Crawfords 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 28 — Peachea, 6 Late. Crawfords 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 29— Peachea, 6 any other variety, cor- 
rectly named 

J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, W^elland 

Sec. 30— /^eocA^a, 6 White Fleshy any other 
variety, correctly narned 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 31 — Peachea, 6 Yellow Flesh, any other 
variety, correctly named 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lin'^oln 
B. Carrie, Niagara, Welland 



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Sec. 32— Peaches, 6 Seedling 
J. D. Lutz, Stonejr Greek, Wentworth 
It. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
William A. Brown, Toronto, York 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 33 — Orapes, Collection of, gronm in Open 
Air, 12 varieties, 2 bunches each 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grirrsby, ' <, coin 
S. Woodley, Hami .. a, \ , «• woi-tb 

Sec. 34 — Orapes, 6 varieties of {<^en air), 2 
bunches each 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, ^' > 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, < a. 

Sec. 30 — Orapes, 3 bunches P/yh'lr: ^.f 
.John PockU^gton, Bandy Hili, N.Y. 

Sec. 37 — Orapes, 3 6i..ic,ia« Cha pio'v 
George Taylor, Scaihoro' J^n '.'■■■*. Tork 
W. A. Smith, BrantforJ, tSrKn'u 
•S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. etotts, Markham, York 

Sec. 38 — Orapes, 3 bunches Seedling, White 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 39 — Grapes, 3 bunches Seedling, Red 
E. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 40 — Orapes, 3 bunches Seedling, Black 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 41 — Orapes, 3 bunches Concord 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth , 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 
(ieorge Hope, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 42 — Orapes, 3 bunches Delaware 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Tincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
.las. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
CJeorge Hope, YorkTiUe, York 



Sec. 43 — Orapes, 3 bunches Diana 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 44 — Orapes, 3 bunches Creveling 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Braatford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 45 — Orapes, 3 bunclies Rogers' 4 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

.->/• iC' — Orapes, 3 bunches Rogers' 3 
v^ H iwes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
- ?uth, Brantford, Brant 
1. - . Tn^th, Grimsby, Lincoln • 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 47 — Orapes, 3 bunches Rogers' 19 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, We:;-. ,-. orth 

Sec. 48 — Orapes, 3 bunches Rogers' 44 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 49 — Orapes, 3 bunches Eumelan 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. ~M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincohi 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

Se«. 50 — Orapes, 3 bunches Hartford Proliji^ 
George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 



Class XLVi. 



Class xLVii. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



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Sec. 51 — Orapea, 3 bunches A Ikn'a Hybrid 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotta, Markham, York 

Sec. 62 — Orapea, 3 bunchea of any othervarkiy 
(Tiamed) 

Oeorge Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

U. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

U. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 

K. C. Feamaide, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 53 — Orapea, 2 bunchea any variety {exotic) 
grown in open air 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
A. E. Mather, Islington, York 

Sec. 54 — Orapea — Collection of, grown under 
glass, and not leas tJtan 8 varietiea, cor- 
rectly named, 1 bunch of each 

J. Bell, Burlington, Halton 

Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 55 — Orapea, 2 bunches, Black B'amburg 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 56 — Orapea, 2 bunches, black, any other 
variety 

Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 57 — Orapea, 2 bunchea, white, grown under 
glass, correctly named 

J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 58 — Orapea, 2 bunchea, any other colour 
Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 59 — Nectarines, 6 named 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. M. Hii-schfelder, Toronto, York 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 60 — Quinces, 6 

II. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 62 — Melon, green flesh 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

E. C. Fearuaide, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslie ville, York 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

George Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 
•Tames Pape, Toronto, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Soc. 63 — Melon, Red or Scarlet Flesh 
Oeorge Syme, Carlton West, York 
r^harles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 



E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 64 — Melon, Water 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 66 — Citron 
George Syme, Scarboro' Junction, York 
Simpson Rennie, Milliken, York 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
F. A, R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 66 — Wild Plums, quart, uncultivated, 
native 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentwortli 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 67 — Wild Orapea, 3 cluatera, uncultivated, 
native 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
J. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
J Walker, Viroil, Lincoln 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 68 — Crab, 3 varieties, cultivated 12 earh 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincohi 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincohi 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
James Hayward, Doncaster, York 

Sec. 69 — Crab, largeat and heat collection, 
cultivated, 6 of each 

R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

CLASS XLVII— CoUection of Fruits 

Sec. 1 — Apjilea, collection of, 40 varieties, 
named, 4 of each. 
R. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln. 
A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

Sec. 2 — Peara, collection of, 20 varieties, 
named, 4 qf each 

R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
S. Woodley, Hamilton, Wentworth 
A. M. Smith &. Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 
J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 
R. Currie, Niagara, Welland 



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Sec. 3 — Plums, collection of 20 varieties, 
tutmed, 6 of each 
L. H. Yeomans, Mount Forest, Wellington 
R. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

A. M. Smith & Co. , Grimsby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 4 — Peaches, collection of 12 varieties 
(named), 6 o/ each 

B. M. Griffith, Grimsby, Lincoln 

A, M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

.J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

B. Currie, Niagara, Welland 

Sec. 5 — Orapes grown in open air, collection 
of 20 varieties, named, 3 bunches of each 
B. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 
S. Woodley, Hamilton. Wentworth 

A. M. Smith & Co., Grimsby, Lincoln 
G. J. Miller, Virgil, Lincoln 

J. Walker, Virgil, Lincoln 

John Holder, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Sec. 6 — Orapes, collection Hybrid Seedling, 
not viore than 3 bunches each 

B. J. Howes, Hamilton, Wentworth 

CLASS XLVIII— Garden Vegetables 

Sec. 1 — Salsify, 12 roots 

William Burgess, Mimico, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
T. O. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Le8lie\'ille, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 
James Wright 
James Allen, Mimico, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 2 — Cauliflowers, 3 hectds 
William Burgess, Mimico, York 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
James Wright 

W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 
Thomas Iron field, Toronto, York 
F. 4; B. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 3 — Cahbage, 3 heads early (any variety 
not hereafter mentioned 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

ec. 4 — Cabbage, 3 heads, Winningstadt. 

William Burgess, Mimico, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Le^ieville, York 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 
James Allen, Mimico, York 



Sec. S — Cabbage, 3 heads, any new variety 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington (2) 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 6 — Cahbage, 3 heads, St. Denis 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 7 — Caibage, 3 heads, Henderson's Sum- 
mer 
Charles Scott, Oranceville, Wellington 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leuieville, Yoak 
James Wright 
James Pape, Torcmto, York 
F. and B. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 8 — Cabbage, 3 heads. Drumhead 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 9 — Cabbage, 4 sorts Winter, indudintj 
Savoys, I of each sort 
(Jeorge Syme, Carlton West, York 
Mrsi G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 10— Cabbage, 3 heads Bed 
William Burgess, Mimico, York 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Mrs. G. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 
Jamen Wright 

Sec. II — Carrots, 12 for Unble, Long Red 

T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Ck.«rle8 Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellin^on 
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, licsheville, York 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 
James Wright 
James Allen, Mimico, York 

Sec. 12 — Carrots, 12 Intermediate or Half 
Long 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellingtoa 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
James Wright 
James Allen, Mimico, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 

Sec. 13— Carrote, 12 Early Horn 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
T. Sherwood, Fergus, W^ellington 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
James Allen, Mimico, York 

Sec. 14 — Parsnips, 12 Table 

William Burgess, Mimico, York 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 



'lass XLVIII. 



lew variety 

Wellington (2) 

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fork 

'enis 

York 
fork 

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Wellington 
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Hb, York 
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rellington 
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York 
E'ork 



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long Red 
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Wellington 
Ellington 
Yorii 
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AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE, 



39 



T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, VVellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
Mrs. fieo. Coopor, Leslieville, York 
Charles £. Brown, Mimico, York 
James Wright 
James Allen, Mimico, York 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
Frank Daniels, Mimioo, York 

Sec. 15 — Celery, 6 roots White 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 

John Hewitt, Collingwood, Simcoe 

Mrs. Goo. Cooper, leslieville, York 

James Wright 

James Allen, Mimico, York 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 16 — Celery, 6 roots Red 
John Hewitt, Collingwood, Simcoe 
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, I^alieville, York 
James Wright 
James Allen, Mimico, York 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. \1— Capsicums, dozen ripe 

T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Leslieville, York 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

Sec. 18 — Capsicums, collection of ripe 
T. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 19 — Egg Plant Fruit, purple 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 20 — Tomutoes, Trophy 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 

E. 0. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. G«orge Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, do 
John Hamilton, Doncaster, do 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, do 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 
John McCrao Ross, Leslie, do 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, do 

Sec. 21 — Tomatoes, 6 General Orant 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
N. Suuley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Sec, 22 — Tomatoes, 6 Cook's Favourite 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Coopei', Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 

Thomas Ironfield, Toronto, do 



Seo. 24 — Tomatoes, 6 Conqueror 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Welliagton 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
John Hamilton, Donoaater, York 

W. W. TatUe, Yorkville, do 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

Thomas Ironfleld, Toronto, do 

Sec. 25 — Tomatoes, 6 Dempsey's Seedling 
E. G. Feamside. Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 26 — Tom^Uoes, 6 Large Yellow 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
K. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 27 — Tomatoes, 6 any other variety 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, VVellington 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 
James Haywanl, Doncaster, do (2) 
Jas. Wright 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, do 

Seo. 28 — Tomatoes, Assorted Collection of 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Sec. 29 — Beets, 6 Blood Long 

Alfred Crumb, Bowman ville, Durham 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
John Crumb, Bowmanville, Durhauji 
T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, Yoric 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, do 

James Bain, Toronto, do 

James Wright 

Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 
John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

Sec. 30 — Beets, 6 Turnip-rooted 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
T. Sherwood, Fergus, Wellington 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 

E. C, Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
James Wright 

John Hamilton, Doncaster, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, do 
Seo. 31 — Onions, peck of White 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
E. Tolcbard, Toronto, York 



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Class XLVIII 



(Carles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Mrs. (jleorgo Cooper, Leslieville, York 
(.'barles E. Brown, Mimico, do 

James Wright 

Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 
Thomas Iroufield, Toronto, do 

Hoc. 32 — OnioiKi, peck of Yeltow 

(leorge Syme, Carlton West, York 
Oharles .Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton. Davenport, York 
Mrs. George Cooper, Lealieville, do 
Charles B. Brown, Mimico, do 

James Wright 

James Allen, Mimico, York 

John Hamilton, Donoaster, do 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, do 

Thomas Irontield, Toronto, do 

Sec. 33 — Onions, peck of Red 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
E. Tolchard, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellingtou 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
Mrs. Greorge Cooper, Leslieville, do 
Charles E, Brown, Mimico, do 

James Wright 

James Allen^ Mimico, York 

Frank Daniels, Mimico, do 

Thomas Irontield, Toronto, do 

Sec. 34 — Onions, 2 quarts Pickling 
Alfred Crumb, Bowmanville, Durham 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 

E. Tolchard, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
James Wright 

Frank Daniels, Mimico, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 
James Pape, Toronto do 

Sec. 35 — Turnips, 12 white (table) 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
William Benham, Guelph, Wellington 
.John Hewer, Guelph, do 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
Frank Daniels, Mimico, do 

F. & K. Baby, Lnmbton Mills, do 

Sec. 36— Turnips, 12 yellow (table) 
Charles Paxton, Orangeville, Wellington 
William Beubam, Guelph, Wellington 
John Hewer, Guelph, do 

James Allen, Mimico, York 

F, & R. Baby, Lambton, Milla, do 

Sec. 37 —Corn, 12 ears sweet corn, fit for the 
table 

Russell & Gardiner, Napanee, Lennox 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
J. D. Stotts, Markham, York 



Jaa. Wright 

W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Thomas Irontield, Toronto, do 

Sec. 31d— Beans, French, quart (podt) 
J. M. Hiraohfelder, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. George Cooper, Lealieville, York 
Jas. Wright 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 39 — Radish, 6 winter 
George Syme, Carlton West, York 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, do 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
Jas. Wright 

Sec. 40— iTafe, 3 Scotch 

Mrs. George Cooper, Lealieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 41 — Herbs, collection pot and atoeet 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. C. Foarnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 42 — Potatoes, 6 varieties of, for garden 
cultivation, half peck of each sort, named 
J. H. Rowe, King, York (2) 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellin^on 
John Hewer, Guelph, Welhngton 
Charles E. Brown, Mimico, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 

Sec. 43 — Squashes, 3 varieties table 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 
Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
James Allen, Mimico, York 

Sec. 44 — Vegetable Marrow, 2, 

George Syme, Carlton West, York 

George Keith, Toronto, do 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

John Paxton, Davenport, York 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 

Jas. Wright 

James Allen, Mimico, York 

W. W. Tattle, YorkviUe, York 

John McCrae Ross, Leslie, do 

Sec. 45 — Qreatest variety of Vegetables 
{distinct from other entries), ecwh Uiui 
named 

Mrs. George Cooper, Leslieville, York 
W. W. Tattle, Yorkville, do 

Sue. 4Q—Mctras 

E. Tolchard, Toronto, York, Collection of 

Nutmeg Melons 
John Paxton, Davenport, York» Seedling 

Garden Potatoes 



aSH XLVIII. 



iTork 
sUington 
k 

entworth 
e, York 



fork 
do 

sllington 
e, York 



e, York 
k 

{ aioeet 

sllington 

entworth 

for garden 
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do 

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York 



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each kind 

York 
do 



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Seedling 



('lass XUX. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOOUE. 



41 



CLASS XLIX— Plants. Flowen, Rustic 
Work, &c. 

Seo. 1 — Dahlku, 12 varieties ttandard, named, 
1 of each 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 2 — DaJdias, \1 bouquet, named, \ of each 

James Fleming, Toronto, York 

George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

.Sec. 3 — Dahlias, largest and beat collection, 
named, 1 of each 

Joseph (iraham, Toronto, York 
( reorge Elliott, Guelph, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Soc. 4 — Bouijueta, 2 large vases 

John F. Horsley Toronto, York 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, do 
W. M. Mann, Guelph, Wellington 
James Pape, Toronto, York 
John Smith, Toronto, do 

Sec. 5 — Bouquets, pair aide table or fan 

« /olin Skinner, Davisville, York 
W. M. Mann, Guelph, Wellington 
James Pape, Toronto, York 
John Smith, Toronto, do 
Miss. E Young, YorkviUe, York 

Sec. 6 — Bouquets, hand 

James Fleming, Toronto, York 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
John F. Horsley, Toronto, do 
John Paxton, Davenport, do 

Colin Skinner, Davisville, do 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
W. M. Mann, Guelph, Wellington 
James Pape, Toronto, York 
John Smith, Toronto, do 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 7 — Bouquets, Everlastings 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 

E. J. Irwin, Newmarket, York 

J. A. Simmers, Toronto, do 

Sec. 8 — Bouquets, Wild Flowers 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Miss E. Young, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 9 — Hanging Basket filled with Plants 
J. Ross, Toronto, Y^ork 
J.M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, do 
James Pape, Toronto, do 

Sec. \Q— Greenhouse Plants, largest and best 
collection, 

Wm. J. McCalla, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 



Sec. 11 — Cacti, 10 species and varietita 

Colin Skinner, Davisville, York 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, do 

Sec. \2—Pansies, 12 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellingtoa 
T. O. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellingtcm 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentwortli 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 

Sec 13 — Fuchsias, 6 varieties, in flower 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
N. Sunlev, Guelph, Wellington 
Thomas famley, Guelph, WclUngton 

Sec. 14 — Ferns, 6 cultivated (exotic) 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, do 

Sec. 16 — Ferns, native 

Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Miss E. Young, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 16 — Foliage Plants 

Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Toronto, do 

Sec. 17 — Annuals, collection in bloom, nanu:d 
George Reading, Leslie. York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18. — Cockscombs, 6 

Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 19 — Balsams, 6 varieties, in blooni 
Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
James Fleming, Toronto, do 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, York 
T. O. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
James Pape, Toronto, York 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. 20 — German Asters, 12 
George Reading, Leslie, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
E. C. Feamside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Welhngton 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. 21 — Asters, collection of 
G«oree Reading, Leslie, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
i Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellingtoa 






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Heo. 22—Ttn WffJt Stocks, coUettion of 

Uenrge Reading, Leslie, York 

ChftrleB Soott, Orangeville, Wellington 

John Faxton, Davenport, York 

T. O. Vealo, Ifamilton, Wontworth 

N. 8unley, Oueluh, WclliuKton 

J. A. Siuunen, Toronto, York 

Sec. 23 — Marigolds, rolkction of 

JoRuph Graham, Toronto, York 
Uhiirlcs Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
T. O. Voale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Suuley, Guul]>h, Wellington 
*. C. FearnHide, Hamilton, Wentworth 
(ieorgo An<ler8on, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. A. Himmera, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Ro8es,collection HybridperpetwU, 
named, 1 of each 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 25 — i?o»M, collection of Bourbon, 'J'fa 
attd Noinette, named, 1 q/" each 

James Fleming, Toronto, York 

George R«ading, Leslie, do 

James Pape, Toronto, do 

George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 2G — Rosea, 3 of any one variety, named 
J. M. Hirschf elder, Toronto, York 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, do 

James Pape, Toronto, do 

George iuiderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 27 — Floral design for supper table 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, do 

John Smith, Toronto, do 

Miss E. Young, Yorkville do 

Sec. 28- Verbeuaa, 12 named 

George Reading, Leslie, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, do 
W. M. Mann, Guelph, Wellington 
J. Pape, Toronto, York 

Sec. 29 — Verbenas, collection named 
George Reading, Leslie, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, York 

Jas. Pape, Toronto, do 

Sec. 30 — Petunias, 6 singh 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Jas. Pape, Toronto, York 
Gilchrist Brothers, Guelph, Wellington 
Geo. Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 31 — Petunias, 8 double 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, WelUngtoa 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
N. Sunley, Guelpb, Welliagtoa 



E. 0. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Jas. Pape, Toronto, York 
Gilchrist Brothers, Guel|)h, WeUington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 32 — Phlox Drummondi, collection 
Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
George Reading, Leslie, do 
Charlefl Soott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John I'axton, Davenport, York 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, do 
T. O. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. .33 — Dianthus, collection 

Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
T. O. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, WeUington 
Geor^^e Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 34 — Phloxeji, coUrction, perennial 
Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
Charles Soott, Orangeville, Wellington 
E. C. Fearnside, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 35 — Hardy Shrubs, collection of. Spikes 
in flower, and to include specimens of 
remarkable foliage 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 

Sec. i&— Hollyhocks, collection 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros., Guelph, do 

George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 37 — Gladiolus, collection 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto, York 

Sec. 38— ZJwniaa, collection of double 
Joseph Graham, Toronto, York 
(leorge Reading, Leslie, do 
Charles Scott, Orangeville, Wellington 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
John Hewitt, CoUingwood, Simooe 
T. 0. Veale, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Gilchrist Bros,, Guelph, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 
J. A. Simmers, Toronto^ York 

Sec. ^9— Geraniums, X^single, in pots, named 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, do 
James Pape, Toronto, do 

N. Suuley, Guelph, Wellington 



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Class XLix. 



CltlM L. 



AUTHOBIZED CATALOOUR. 



43 



Wentworth 

Wellington 
Wentworth 

illection 

nrk 

lo 

iVellington 

lo 

tworth 
ton 
rk 



[)rk 

>Vellington 
9rk 

itworth 
[ton 

ilington 
Wentworth 

rennial 

ork 

tVellington 

Wentworth 

Ilington 

, Wentworth 

lion of, Spikes 
specimens of 

Vellington 



Vellington 
do 
Wentworth 



rk 
IVellington 

Wentworth 
>k 

louhle 
rk 
o 

Wellington 
rk 

imooo 
worth 
I>n 
ington 
VVentwortli 



1 pots, noTJieii 



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Soo. 40 — Ofraniunu, 6 double, in pots 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
J. M. Hirschfoider, do do 

.Famen Pape, do do 

See. 41— Plan's in flower, display qf, distinct 
from other entries 
J. M. Hinohfeldor, Toronto, York 

Sec. 42 — Ferns, eolleetion 
Jol ton, Davenport, York 

Soc. 4« -jtustie Stand, not less than Sft hUjh 
Ruatic Work Manufacturing Company, 
Belle Ewart, Simcoe 

Sec. 44 — Rustic Table ileMgn, not to exceed 4 
feet in height 
Rustic Work Manufacturing Company, 
Belle Ewart, Simcoe 

Sec. 48 — Geraniums, Qgolden tri-colors, in pots 

John Paxton, Davenport, York 
N. Sunley, Guelph, Wellington 
Thomas Tamley, Guelph, Wellington 
George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 46 — Geraniums, % silver tri-colors, inputs 

John Paxton, Davenport, York 

George Anderson, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 4" "eraniums, 6 bronze leaved, in pots 

Jol ton, Davenport, York 

N. ,, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 48 — Plants, 6 new or rare, in pots 
Wm. J. McCalla, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
James Fleming, Toronto, York 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 

Sec. 49 — Plants, best display of, on tahU' 
6 X l^feet, open to florists only 

J. Ross, Toronto, York 
Jas. Pape, Toronto, York 

Sec. 50 — Cut Flowers, best arranged basket of 
J. M. Hirschfelder, Toronto, York 
John F. Horsley, Toronto, York 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
W. M. Mann, Guelph, Wellington 
Jas. Pape, Toronto, York 

John Smith, Toronto, do 

Miss E. Young, Yorkville, do 

Sec. 51 — Gut Flowers, best display of, mi 
table 6 X 12 feet {open to Florists oiUy) 
Colin Skinner, Davisville, York 

Sec. 52 — Rustic Vases for Lawns, 2 fllled 
with plants 
Rustic Work Manufacturing Company, 

Belle Ewart, Simcoe 
John Paxton, Davenport, York 
Sec. 53 — Rustic Work, best collection of 

Rustic Work Manufacturing Company, 
Belle Ewart, Simcoe 



Sec. 64 — Extras 

J. A. Simmers, 147 King Street East, 
Toronto, York : collection Kvuriastings 

Rustic Work Manufaitturing ('ompany, 
Hello Kwart, Simcoe : Ilustic Novelties 

T. Kci<l, Yorkvillo, York : Englinh Ivy 

J. Graham, Toronto, York : English Ivy 

Jamui Fleming, Toronto, York ; Colous, 
collection of 

Mrs. E. J. Irwin, Newmarket, York : 
Floral Mottoes 

Miss Minn Collier, Toronto, York; 
Geraniums, collection of 

James Leslie, Owen Sound, Grey : Rustic 
Vase 

Stone 4 W^ellington, Toronto, York : Fruit 
Trees and Ornamental Shrubs, assortment 

George Hope, Yorkville, York : S. Ameri- 
can Aloe 

CLASS I^— Domestic Wines 

Sec. 1 — Half dozen Dry Wines 

Hamilton, Dunlop & Co., Brantford, 

Brant (2) 
Jos. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
James Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — Half dozen Sweet Winen 
Hamilton, Dunlop & Co., Brantford, 

Brant (3) 
D. Ryder, Toronto, York 
Jos. D. Lutz. Stoney <^'ieek, Wentworth 
James tirown, Toronf York 

Sec. 3 — Half dozen Sparkling Wines 
Hamilton, Dunlop & Co. , Brantford, Brant 
Jos. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

Sec. 4 — Half dozen Canada Claret 
Hamilton, Dunlop & C<^., Brantford, Brant 
Jos. D. Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
James Brown, Toronto, York 

Part 2 — Professional and Commercial 
Wine Makers excluded 

Sec. 5 — Three bottler Dry Wiiw, white 
John Hoskin, Toronto, York 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Anna lA'on, Dundas, Wentworth 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. Q— -Three bottles Dry Wine, red 
John Hoskin, Toronto, York 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 
Henry Brown, Yorkville, York 
F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 7 — Three bottles Sweet Wine, white 
D. Ryder, Toronto, York 
John Hoskin, Toronto, York 
George Taylor, Soarboro' Junction, York 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Anna Lyon, Dundas, Wentworth 



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ClasH LI. 



Sec. 8— Three bottles Sparkling Wine 

John Hoskin, Toronto, York 

George Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 

Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 

Sec. 9 — Three bottleg any other sort of drape 
Wine 

John Hoskin, Toronto, York 
(Jeorge Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
Henry Lutz, Stoney Creek, Wentworth 
Anna Lyon, Dundas, Wentworth 



W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant 

F. & R. Baby, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. \(^— Extras 

Hamilton, Dunlop & Co., Brantford, Brant, 

Collection Wines 
John Hoskin, Toronto, York, 3 bottles 

Rogers' Hybrids Vintage, 1878; 3 

bottles Delaware Vintage, 1878 
W. A. Smith, Brantford, Brant, 3 bottles 

unfermented Cider, 12 years in bottle ; 

3 bottles fermented Cider, 8 years in 

bottle 



FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT. 



CLASS LI — Oil Paintings, by Professioniil 
Artists 

Sec, 1 — Figure, or Historical Subject 
F. M. Bell Smith, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 
Mrs. W. L. Schrieber, Deer Park, Y"ork 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
A. M. Ross, Toronto, York 

E. S. Shrapnel, Toronto, York 

A. A. B. Dewdney, Toronto, York 

F. A. Verner, Toronto, York 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 
F. H. Roberts, Toronto, York 

W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 
John N. Gray, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — Landscape, Canadian Subject 
Wm. Grant, Lullamore, Peel 
F. M. Bell Smith, Hamilcon, Wentworth 
Mrs. N. Hamilton, Yorkville, York 
A. Cox, Toronto, York (4) 
L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
H. R. Watsf'n, Down, Waterloo 
A. A. B. Dewdney, Toronto, York 
F. A. Verner, Toronto, York (2) 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 3 — Marine, Canadian Subject 

Wm. Grant, Lullamore, Peel (3) 

E. B. Shuttlewortb, Toronto, York (2) 

Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 

L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York (2) 

E. S. Shrapnel, Toronto, York 

R. E. Ford, Toronto, York (2) 

W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 4 — Landscape or Marine, not Canadian 

E S. Shrapnel, Orillia, Simcoe 

Wm. Grant, Lullamore, Peel 

Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 

A. Cox, Toronto, York 

L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York 



H. R. Watson, Doon, Waterloo (2) 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 5 — Animals, from life 
E. S. Shrapnel, Orillia, Simcoe (4) 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 

E. S. Shrapnel, Toronto, York (4) 
R. E. Ford, Toronto, York 

F. A. Verner, Toronto, York 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 6 — Dead Game 

E. S. Shrapnel, Orillia, Simcoe (2) 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 

F. A. Verner, Toronto, York 
RicSard Baigent, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Flowers or Fruit 
James Griffiths, London, Middlesex 
Mrs. N. Hamilton, Yorkville, Y'ork (2) 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, Yorkville, York (2) 
F. A. Verner, Toronto, York 
W. A. Sherwood, Lindsay, Victoria 

Sec. 8 — Inanimate Objects 

Mrs. N. Hamilton, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 9 — Portrait 

W. Sawyer, Kingston, Frontenac 
Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
J. C. Forbes, Toronto, York 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
J. M. Ross, Toronti3, York 
J. W. Bridgman, Toronto, York (2) 
Edwin Hudson, Toronto, York (3) 
L, H. Roberts, Toronto, York 



BSBtei 



ClasH L). 



int 
8, York 

ntford, Brant, 

rk, 3 bottlea 

56, 1878; 3 

1878 

mt, 3 bottles 

irs in bottle ; 

r, 8 years in 



rloo (2) 

'ork 

Suron 



loe (4) 
York 
le, York 
irk (4) 

k 

fork 

Huron 



ioe (2) 
l^ork 
York 

ork 



Idleaex 
York (2) 
I, York 
die, York (-2) 

Victoria 



York 
Tork 
le, York 



nac 

Idlesex 

ork 



1, York 

>rk (2) 
k (3) 



Class Lii. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



45 



Water Colors by Professional Artists. 

Sec. 10 — Figure or Historical Subject 

F. M. Bell Smith, Hamilton, Wentworth (2) 
Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 
L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York (2) 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
Jas. iSidney Crocker, Toronto, York 
F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York (2) 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 11 — Landscape, Catwdian Subject 

L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York (3) 

F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York (3) 

W, N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Euretta Millard, Toronto, York (3) 

F. M. Bell-Smith, Hamilton, Wentworth 

!*<ec. 12 — Manne, Canadian Subject 

L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York (2) 

F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York 

W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

F. M. Be'i-Smith, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 13 — Landscape or Marine, not Canadian 

Mrs. L. Judson, London, Middlesex 
L. R, OBrien, Toronto, York 
0. S. Millard, Toronto, York (8) 
Jas. Sidney Crocker, Toronto, York 
F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York (2) 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 
M. Matthews, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Animals from life 
£. S. Shrapnel, Orillia, Simcoe 
Mrs. Schneber, Deer Park, York 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
W. N. Cresswell, Seaforth, Huron 

Sec. 15 — Flowers or Fruit 
James Griffiths, London, Middlesex 
Jos. T. Rolph, Toronto, York (2) 
Eobert F. G^en, Toronto, York (4) 
Thomas M. Alartin, Yorkville, York 
William B«vell, Toronto, York (4) 
Arthur T. Gregory, Parkdale, York 

Sec. 16 — Dead Oame 
E. S. Shrapnel, Orillia, Simcoe 
.Jos. T. Rolph, Toronto, York (2) 
Thomas M. Martin, Yorkville, York 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Sketches 
Mrs. Schrieber, Deer Park, York 
P. H. Dufresne, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — Portrait 

iSfs, L. Judson, London, Middlesex 
P. H. Dufre°ne, Toronto, York 
M. Mathews, Toronto, York 

DRAwiyos IK Light and Shadk — By 

PROyESSIONAL ArTISTS 

lee 19 — Colored Crayon 

James Griffiths, London, Middlesex 
Mr«. Schreib«r, Deer Park, York 



Sec. 20 — Crayon Drawing from Antuiue Cant 
Mrs. Schreiber, Deer Park, York 
John N. Gray, Toronto, York (2) 
P. H. Dufrtsae, Toronto, York (3) 

Sec. 21 — Drawing in Black and White frwn 
Inanimate Objects 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 

Sec. 22 — Crayon or Pencil Portrait 

Ada NicoU, Shelbume, Grey 

A. B. Gregory, St. Catharines, Lincoln 

Mrs. Schreiber, Deer Park, York 

J. M. Ross, Toronto, York 

Isaac T, H. Brown, Toronto, York 

F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York 

Sec. 23 — Peti and Ink Sketch 
Jame? Griffiths, London, Middlesex 
L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Schreiber, Deer Park, York 
J. M. Purdy, Toronto, York 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 
John N. Gray, Toronto, York 

E. J. Zablocki, Toronto, York. 

Sec. 24 — Charcoal Sketch 
Mrs. SchreiJber, Deer Park, York 
John N. Gray, Toronto, York 

Sec. 25 — Sepia Drawing 
James Griffiths, London, Middlesex 
Mrs. L. Judson, hondou, Middlesex 
L. R. O'Brien, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Schreiber, Deer Park, York 
Richard Baigent, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2&— Extra Entries 

Mrs. Schreiber, Deer Park, York, Bailey's 
Eve at the Fountain 

Wm. H. G. Colles, Kt., Blyth, Huron, 
Heraldic Chart, Chronological Table, 
Illustrated Heraldic Pedigree, lllnstrated 
Private Pedigree 

F. A. Vemer, Toronto, York, Seven Lift- 
size Indian Portraits 

Richard Baigent, Toronto, York, Crayon 

Drawing, Animals from Life 
William Kevell, Toronto, York, Specimen 

of Illumination 

CLASS LII.— Oil Paintiugs— By Amateurs 

Sec. 1 — Figure or Historical Stihject 

John P. Hunt, London, Middlesex 
Henry Cawthna, Toronto, York (2) 
Mary Cawthra, Toronto, York 
Mrs. George Arthurs, Yorkville, York (3) 

Sec. 2 — Landscape or Marine — Canadian 
Subject 

M. L. MiUer, Gait, Waterloo (2) 
John P. Hunt, London, Middlesex 
James Smith, Toronto, York (4) 
Miss A. E. Van Kirk, Toronto, York 
Annie G. Lister, Hamilton, Wentworth (2) 
Miw Lukes, Toronto, York 



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Class Lin. 



Sec. 4 — AnimaUfrom Life 

John P. Hunt, London, Middleaex 
E. Fahn, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — F/otoere or Fruit 

E. Fahn, Toronto, York (8) 

MiBs A. E. Van Kirk, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Portrait 

John P. Hunt, London, Middlesex 
R. A. Sinclair, Toronto, York 
Miss Jane Denovan, Toronto, York 
Mrs. George Arthars, Yorkville, York 

Water Colors, by Amatkubs 

Sec. 8 — Figure or Historical Suliject 

Heibert G. Paull, Toronto, York 

Mrs. William Gilmour, Toronto, York (2) 

Kichard W. E. Green, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 9 — Landscape or Marine, Canadian 
Subject 

Herbert G. Paull, Toronto, York 
Mrs. William Gilmour, Toronto, Ywk (3) 
Mrs. W. Lea, Toronto, York (2) 
James Smith, Toronto, York (4) 
R. E. Greece, Toronto, York (3) 
Annie G. Lister, Hamilton, Wentworth (2) 
A. J. Evans," Hamilton, Wentworth (2) 

Sec. 11 — Dead Oame 
Caroline S. Gagen, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Flowers or Fruit 

Caroline S. Gagen, Toronto, York (4) 
Misa K. Gilmour, Toronto, York 

Drawings in Light & Shads, by Amateurs 

Sec. 14 — Crayon from Cast 

Helen R. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Miss Kate Allen, Toronto, York (2) 

F. W. Jopling, Toronto, York (2) 
Miss Mary Caven, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 15 — Pen and Ink Sketch 
Elizabeth Taylor, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Portrait in light and shade 
A. J. Evans, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 17 — Pencil Drawing 
Miss M. F. Ross, Toronto, York (2) 
Miss Emma Kennedy, Toronto, York 
Miss Helen R. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Victor B. Hall, Toronto, York 
Collegiate Institute, Hamilton, Went- 
worth (4) 

Sec. 18 — Sepia Draiving 
M. Matthews, Toronto, York 
A. J. Evans, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 19— Extras 

Miss Emma Kennedy, Toronto, York : 2 

Crayon Copies of AJiimals 
John H. Templeman, Toronto, York : copy 

of Ten Commandments, illuminated in 

Vellum 



R. E. Greene, Toronto, York : 

Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Wentworth: 
Water Color Fainting, on Satin ; Fire 
Screen; Water Color Painting on Terra 
Cotta ; Painting on China, 2 Plaa][ues ; 
ITile 

CLASS LIII— Sculpture, Photography, 
Mechanical Drawing, Engraving and 
Architecture. 

Sec. 1 — Carving in Stone, in Relief 

AVilliam MoUington, Toronto, York 
William Holbrook, Toronto, York 
N. L. Steiaer, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 2 — Carving in Wood 

William Mollington, Tovonto, York 
William Holbrook, Toronto, York 
Charles J. Vizard, Toronto, York 
Beam Bros., London, Middlesex 
Jos. Davids, Toronto, York 

Sec. 3 — Model, in clay or wax, with plaster 
cast 

Frank Oben, Toronto, York 
M. J. Hynes & Co., Toronto, York 
John S. Baxter, Seaton, York 
Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Went- 
worth (2) 

Sec. 6 — Modelling in Plaster 
M. J. Hynes & Co., Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 6 — Architectural Drawings, geometrical 
or perspective view 

Thomas S. Carr6, Toronto, York 
McCaw &. Lennox, Toronto, York (4) 
G. N. Gunn, Toronto, York (2) 
Frank J. Otter, Don Mount, York (2) 

Sec. 7 — Mechanical Drawing, macliimry in 
perspective 

Louis Whitehead, Toronto, York 
A. M. Gibson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Oeometrical Drawing of engine or 
mill work, coloured 
Frank J. Otter, Don Mount, York 
Sec. 9 — Engraving on Wood, with proof 

Toronto Engraving Co., Toronto, York (11) 
A. M. Theale, Toronto, York 
Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, Y^ork 
Woodward, Grant & Co.. Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 10 — Engraving on Copper, with proof 
Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, York 
Woodward, Grant & Co., Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 11 — Engraving on Olass, with speciment 

John Kincade, Toronto, York 
See. 12 — Lithographic Drawing, plain 

Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, York 
(yopp, Clark & Co;, Toronto, York 
Woodward, Grant k Co., Toronto, York 



Class Liii. 



Wcntworth: 
Satin ; Fire 
ing on Terra 
2 Plac(][ue« ; 



kotography, 
raving and 

f/ 

York 
fork. 
(2) 

York 

fork 

ork 

ex 

wiUi plaster 



york 

ton, Went- 

^ork (2) 
geometrical 

rk 

ork (4) 

) 

ork (2) 

addnery in 
rk 

engine or 

ork 

proof 
York (11) 

i'ork 

o, York (2) 

th proof 

if ork 

o, York (2) 

h specivtent 

lain 

^ork 

)rk 

to, York 



Class Liv. 



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Sec. 13 — Lithographic Drawing, printed in 
colours 

A. H. Gorrell & Co., Toronto, York 
W'illliam H. G. Colles, Kt., Blyth, Huron 
Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, York 
Copp, Clark & Co., Toronto, York 
Woodward, Grant & Co., Toronto (3) 

Sec. 14 — Lithographic Commercial Work, in 
black or colours 
Rolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, York 
Copp, Clark & Co., Toronto, York 
W^ward, Grant & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 15— Extras 

Sir William Colles, Blyth, Huron 

A. Ratsey, Toronto, York: Steel En- 
gravings 

James D. Smith, Toronto, York : Frames 
of Photographs of Buildings (2) 

Kichard Baigent, Toronto, York : Exhibit 
of School Work, Collegiate Institute 

Charles Nurse, Parkdale, York: Models 
of Carpenters' Tools in Ivory 

E. Pilsworth, Yorkville, York : FretWoA 

Mark Franklin, Toronto, York : Stamps, 
collection of 

Josiah Fennell, Toronto, York : Model 
Landscape, Bric-a-brac ; Model Log 
House ; Weather Prophet 

Eolph, Smith & Co., Toronto, York : Il- 
luminating and Embossing specimen. 
Lithographic Circular Writing specimen 

Jos. McCausland, Toronto, York: Coloured 
Glass, Embossed, etc. 

Woodward, Grant & Co., Toronto, York : 
Die Sinking, Illuminated Embossing, 
Relief and Cameo Stamping 

Ontario School of Art, Toronto, York 



W. H. Moore, Toronto, York, collection 
of Postage and Revenue Stamps 

Stephen R. Morris, Toronto, York, coUec- 
tiqn of Foreign Postage Stamps 

A. H. Gorrell & Co., Toronto, York, frame 
of Lithographed Portraits, black and 
coloured 

Ann Langton, Yorkville, York, assort- 
ment Vases, with ornamental painting 
-of flowers 

John Langton, Yorkville, York, model of 
Backwood Scenery 

H. R. Taylor, '.pronto, York, modelling 
in Soap 

Photoobaphv 
Sec. 16 — Portraits, collection of, colored 

J. F. H. Brown, Toronto, York 
Mrs. A. Hallen, Toronto, York (4) 
Mr. Fraser, Kingston, Frontenac 
Isaac T. H. Brown, Toronto, York 
Mrs. R. Manle, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Portraits, collection of, plain 

Hunter & Co., Toronto, York (2) 
P. H, Dofresne, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19 — Portrait, finished in black and 
white 

Hunter & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 2.0— Extras 

Fraser, Kingston, Frontenac: Photographs, 

colored in oil 
Sir W. Colles, Kt., Blyth, Huron : Set 

of Photographs on Glass (2) 
P. H. Dufresne, Toronto, York : Enlarged 

Photographic Portraits (3) « 



MANUFACTUBBS AND INDUSTEIAL 
DEPAETMENT. 



CLASS LIV— Iron and Wood Working 
Machinery, Pumps, Tools and Railway 
Appliances, &c. 

I'aht 1— Steam Enoinis and Conkbctions. 

Sec. 1 — Engine and Boiler, portable, in 
operation 
John Abell, Woodbridge, York 
Wm. Hamilton, Peterboro', Peterboro' 
Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant- 
ford, Brant 
?<ec. 3 — Engine Castings, assortmetiA 
J. Neill & Sons, Toronto, York 

>iec. 4 — Steam Boiler 
Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant- 
ford, Brant 



Sec. 5 — Steam Engine, variable cut-off, 30- 
Horse power and upwards, in operation 

Tliompson & Williams, Manufacturing 
Company, Stratford, Perth 

Sec. 6— Steam Engine, common slide valve, 
Q'horse power and upwanl, in operation 
John Doty, Toronto, York 
Wm. Hamilton, Peterboro', Peterboro' 
J. Neill & Sons, Toronto, York 
Wat«rons Engine Works Company, Brant- 
ford, Brant 
Sec. 7 — Working Drawing of Engine, 
embracing general dravnng, details and 
specifications 
W. H. Trout, Peterboro', Peterboro' 
J. B. Xiamb, Ottawa, Carleton 



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Class LIV. 



Sec. 8 — Extras 
John Doty, Toronto, York, Steam Engine 

and Boiler, 4 h. p. semi-portable 
Wm. Hamilton, Peterboro', Peterboro', 

Steam Engine, semi-portable (2) 
R. Mitchell & Co., Montreal, P.Q., Water 

Injectors 
A. M. Forsted, Hamilton, Wentwoith, 

Flue Cleaners, Self-acting Oil Cups, 

Boiler Purger 
G. H. Cretes, Hamilton, Wentworth, 

Earth Boring Auger 
Thompson & Willianj|a' Manufacturing 

Company, Stratford, rerfih : Air Pump 

and Condenser ; Engine Governor 
J. B. Lamb, Ottawa, Carleton: Drawing 

of Resawing Machine 
H. T. Smith, Toronto, York : Model of 

steam pump for Soda Water: model 

reversible rock valve engine 

Part 2— Wood Wokkino Machinery 
Sec. 9 — Band Saw 
Cant, Crourlay & Co. , Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 12 — Mortmr Power 

Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 13 — Mortiser Foot 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 14 — Moulding Machine, 4 heads 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dundas, Wentworth 

Sec. 15 — Moulding Machine, single head 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 16— Planing and Matching Machine, 
single 

McKechriife & Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 17 — Planing and Matching Machine, 
double 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 18 — Resawing Machine 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec 19— iScroW 6'aw 
W. B. Pollock, Toronto, York 
Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 
J. Westman, Toronto, York 

Sec 20 — Shaping McKhine 

Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gali;, Waterloo 

Sec. 21 — Shingle Machine 

Waterous Machine Works Company, 
Brantford, Brant 

Sec. 2,2—Tennoning Machine 
(hat, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo 



Sec. 23 — Window Blind Machine, set 
Cant, Gourlay &, Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 2&— Extra 
Cant, Gourlay & Co. , Gait, Waterloo : Rip 

Saw Table, Gang Rip Saw Table, Door 

Clamp, Carriage Cut-oflf Saw, Buz^ 

Planer, Saw Arbors 
E. L. Eastman and Company, Boston, 

Mass. U. S., Mitreing Machines (2) 

Part 3 — Iron Working Machines 
Sec. 26— J?ra«« Finishers' Latlie 

W. B. Pollock, Toronto, York 
Sec. 27 — Drilling Machine, Jiadial 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 28 — Drilling Machine, Medium 

R. Walker, YorkviUe, York 
Sec. 29 — Drilling Machine, small 

And. Jardine, Hespeler, Waterloo 

Sec. 31 — Planing Machine 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 32 — Shaping Machine 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 33 — Screw Cutting Engine Lathe, large 
McKechnie & Bertram, Dunda<, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 34 — Screw Cutting Engine Lathe, small 

McKechnie k Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth 

Sec. 35— .Ert/cM 

And. Jardine, Hespeler, Waterloo, Hand 
Drilling Machine. 

And. Jardine, Hespeler, Waterloo, Bolt 
and Nut Threading Machine 

Cant, Gourlay & Co., Gait, Waterloo, Iron 
Boring Lathe 

McKechnie <b Bertram, Dundas, Went- 
worth : Lever Drill 

Part 4 — Machines of Flour Mills. 
Sec. ^—Bolting Cloth. 
Consolidated Manufacturing Co., Toronto, 

York 
Goldie & McCullOch, Gait, Waterloo 
Howes, Babcock & Co., Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Sec. 37 — Bran Duster 
Consolidated Purifier Co., Toronto, York 
Goldie & McCulloch, Gait, Waterloo 
Howes, Babcock &Co , Silver Creek, NY. 
Benjamin Barter, Toronto, York 

Sec. 38— Gm< Mill, Portable 

Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant- 
lord, Brant 



Class Liv. 



, set 
aterloo 



tcrloo 
Table, 
Saw, 


: Rip 
Door 
Buz?: 


ly, Boston, 
lines (2) 


iCHINBS 


I 




al 
idas, 


Went- 


ium 




U 
erloo 




tidas, 


Went- 


ndaa, 


Went- 


Lathe, 
nda^ 


large 
Went- 


''jathe, 
ndas, 


small 
Went- 



Class LIV. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



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erloo, Hand 

iterloo, Bolt 

,e 

Etterloo, Iron 

lidas, Went- 



, MiLtS. 



bo., Toronto, 

laterloo 
Creek, N.Y. 



^onto, York 
jiterloo 
ICreek, NY. 
Irk 



kany, Brant- 



Sec. 29— Middlings Purifier 
Consolidated Pnrifier Co., Toron*" York 
Goldie ft MoCulloch, Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. AX^MiU Stone 
C^onsolidatad Purifier Co., Toronto, York 
Goldie k MoCulloch, Gait, Waterloo 

Sec 42 — Smut Machine 
Consolidated Pnrifier Co., Toronto, York 
Goldie k McCuUoch, Gait, Waterloo 
Howes, Babcock k Co., Silver Creek, N.Y 

Sec. 43 — Oat and Cockle Separator ' 

Consolidated Purifier Co., Toronto, York 
Goldie k McCuUoch, Gait, Waterloo 
Howse, Babcock & Co., Silver Creek, N.Y 
Benjamin Barter, Toronto, York 

Sec. 44 — Mill Stone exhaust 

Consolidated Purifier Co., Toronto, York 
Sec. ^—Extras 

Consolidated Purifier Co., Toronto, York : 
Combination Brush and Smut Separating 
Machine, Adjustable Brush and Separa- 
tor Machine, Consolidated Chilled Iron 
Middlings Rolls, Barley Separator, 
Flour Packer, MiUstone Curbs, Elevator 
Buckets, Paint Sta£Fs, Millstone Drivers, 
Asparator, Bran Dresser 

Goldie&McCulloch, Gait, Waterloo: Booth 
Separator, Brush Machine, Flour Packer, 
Roll Machine, Stone Spindle, Step, Proof 
Staff, Sargeant's Burr Driver, Set Mill 
Pickii (9 cracking and 3 furrowing), Pair 
Pick Handles, Stone Curb with silent 
feed. Bolt Feeder, Pair Gear 

Howes, Baboook ft Co., Silver Creek, N.Y. : 
Wheat Meal Cooler, Buckwheat Huller, 
Flour Packer, Brush and Separating 
Machine 

B. H. Skoyles, Odessa, Ijcnnox : Bolting 
ft Crushing Reel, for manufacturing 
fiour by a new process 

J. Neill ft Sons, Toronto, York : Set Mill 
Stone Irons ; Spindle Tram Pot 

Part 5— Machisbs fob Saw Mills 
Sec. 46 — Circular Saws, assortment of 
R. H. Smith ft Co., St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Shurly ft Dietrich, Gait, Waterloo 
James Robertson ft Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 48 — Gang Saw and Frame 

Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant- 
ford, Brant 

Sec. 50— Mill Dog 

Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant- 
ford, Brant 

Sec. 61 — Portable Saw Mill, in operation 

Waterous Engine Works Company, Brant> 
ford, Braat 



Part 6 — Hand Tools for Mktal and Wood 

Sec. 63 — Blacksmiths' Tools, assortment 

Andrew Jardine, Hespeler, Waterloo 

- • 
Sec. 64 — Blacksmith's Bellows 

J. Westman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 65 — Chopping Axe 
James Wamock ft Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 56 — Drill, Taps, Dies and Rimmers 
Andrew Jardine, Hespeler, Waterloo 

Sec. 67 — JEdge Tools, assortment of 
James Wamock ft Co., Gait, Waterloo 

Sec. 59 — Files, assortment 
Thomas Graham, Toronto, York 
Caleb Howard, Toronto, York 

Sec. 60 — Picks and Shovels, assortment of 
James Wamock ft Co., Gait, Waterloo 
Sec. 61 — Saw, Hand, assortment of 
R. H. Smith ft Co., St. Catharines, LincoU 
Shurley ft Dietrich, Gait, Waterloo 
Sec, 62— Extras 
G. H. Copping, Toronto, York, 1 Foot 

Power Fret Saw 
£. Westman, Toronto, York, Assortment 

of Butcher's Saws and Tools 
R. H. Smith ft Co., St. Catharines, Lincoln, 

assortment of Cross cut Saws ; Mill, 

Muley and Drag Saws 
George Campbell, 31 Walton St., Toronto, 

York, Hot Blast Portable Forge (2) 
Shurly ft Deitrich, Gait, Waterloo, Trowels, 

assortmentof ; Straw Knives, assortment 

of ; Tobacco Cutters ; Mason's Mitre 

Rods 
Silas L. Beebe, Uxbridge, Ontario, Chop- 
ping Axe ; assortment of Pump Boring 

Tools ; Hub Rimmers 
Dundas Edge Tool Co., Dundas, Went- 

worth, do?en Axes 
Peter Learn, Ridseway, Welland, Portable 

Forge, No. 1 ; do.. No. 2 ; Accompanying 

Tools, No. 1 ; do., No. 2 
James Wamock ft Co., Gait, Waterloo, 

Crow Bars, Hammers, and Railway 

Supplies 
J. Westman, Toronto, York : Portable 

Forge 

Part 7— Firb and Skrvics Ptrjfps 
Sec. 66 — Fire Engine, Stationery, Hand 

Plews ft Kennedy, Toronto, York 
Sec. 70 — Pump, Steam, for boiler feeding 

Thomas Northey, Hamilton, Wentworth 

J. NeUl ft Sons, Toronto, York 
Sec. 71 — Pump Power 

William Robertson, Oakville, Haltca 
Sec. 13— Pump, Hand, for farm $er nice. Iron 

William Robertson, Oakville, Hilton 



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Class LV, 



II 



Sec. 74 — Pump, Hand for /arm sendee, Wood 
PlewB & Kennedy, Toronto, York (2) 
Ontario Pump Co., Toronto, York 
William White, Toronto, York 

Sec. 75 — Pump, Hand, for house service 
Plews & Kennedy, Toronto, York (2) 
Ontario Pump Co., Toronto, York (2) 
William Bobertson, Oakville, Halton 

Sec. 16— Extras 

J. H. Yangant, Leamington, Essex, Chain 
Pump 

William Robertson, Oakville, Halton, col- 
lection of Well-Force Cistern Pump Iron 

John Date, Montreal, P. Q. : Set of Driv 
ing apparatus 

Part 8 — Machines for Miscellaneous 

Purposes. 
Sec. 78 — Brick Making Machine 
L. Peers, YorkvUle, York (2) 
John A. Manless, Toronto, York 

Sec. 82 — Fountain 
Kabjohn Olmsted & Son, Hamilton, Went- 

worth 
Bennett & Wright, Toronto, York 

Sec. 85 — Water and Gas Pipes, assortment of 
St. Lawrence Foundry, Toronto, York 

Sec. 87 — Gas Engine 
Joseph Phillips, Toronto, York 

Sec. 88 — Soda Water apparatus, complete 
H. T. Smith, Toronto, York (6) 

Sec. 89 — Wind Mill, in operation 

U.S. Wind Engine and Pump Co. , Batavia, 

Illinois, U.S. 
Plewi & Kennedy, Toronto, York 

Sec. 90— Water Wheel 
John McDougall, Montreal, Hochelaga 
J, C. W^Usou & Co., Picton, P. E. Co. 



Sec. 91 — Printing Press, Power 
Westman & Baker, Toronto, York (2) 
Rolph Smith & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 92 — Printing Press, hand 

Westman & Baker, Toronto, York 
Sec. 96— Extras 

George H. Copping, Toronto, York, Egg 
Beater 

Holt & Co., Toronto, York, Well-boring 
Machinery 

C. A. Campbell, Toronto, York^ Auto- 
matic Safety Swing 

John Farthing, Toronto, York, Edison's 
Electric Pen and Press 

William Dicks, Toronto, York, Dies, 
Chisels, Punch, Wire Cutter, Tools, &c. 

A. M. Forsted, Hamilton, Wentworth, 
Lawn Fountain or Sprinkler 

William Warwick, Toronto, York, Ruling 
Machine, with patent striker attachment 

T. Dimma, Toronto, York, Potato and 
Apple Peeler 

C. S. Grant, Toronto, York : Hydro-Ex- 
tractor 

Fleming & Company, Toronto, York : 
Model Stereotype apparatus, in operation 

Belding, Paul & Company, Montreal, P. 
Q. : Machine for manufacture of Sewing 
Silks, Twists, Silk Embroidery, &c 

R. Donaldson, Montreal, P. Q. : Cheese 
Tester 

Rice Lewis & Son, Toronto, York : Lumstile 

Part 9— Railway Appliances 
Sec. 98 — Passenger Car 

Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 
Sec. m— Freight Car 

Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 
See. 102 — Automatic Car Coupler 

Patrick Lappin, Davenport, York 

Sec. 103— Extras in Part 9 

Robert Ragnall, Aurora, York : Railway 
Switch 



MECHANICAL AND METAL WOBK 

(MISCELLANEOUS). 



CLASS LV. 

Part 1— Bells, Fire Arms, Cutlery, 
Scales, Hardware, &c. 

Sec. 5 — Fire-proof Safe 
J. & J. Taylor, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Scales, Counter 

E. & C. Gumey k Co., Toronto, York 
C. Wilson & Son, Toronto, York. (3) 
E. GoflFA Co., Toronto, York 



Sec. 8 — Scales, Platform 
E. & C. Gumey & Co., Toronto, York 
C. Wilson & Son, Toronto, York (3) 
E. Goff & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Refrigerator 
James McKelvey, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
J. G. Malcolm, Toronto, York 
Allan Murphy, Toronto, York 
J. H. Kaldemorgan, Toronto, York (2) 
Withrow & Hillock, Toronto, York 
Noah L. Piper & Son, Toronto, York 



Class LV. 



)rk (2) 
ito, York 



»rk 

York, Egg 

V^ell-boring 

ork, Auto- 

i, Edison's 

ork. Dies, 
, Tools, &c. 
Ventwortli, 

ork, Fuling 
attachmeut 
Potato and 

Hydro-Ex- 

ato, York : 
in operation 
lontreal, P. 
re of Sewing 
ery, &c 
Q. : Cheese 

■k: Lumstile 

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Sec. 13— Water Filterer 

James McKdvey, St, Catharines, Lincoln 
E. & 0. Gurney & Co., Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 14 — Bank Lock, Combination 

J. 4 J. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Sec. 15 — Door Locks, AanortmerU of 

L. B. Spencer, Kingston, Frontenac 
Sec. 17 — Jfaih 20 Iba. each dze, cut 

Peck, Benny & Co., Montreal, Que. 

Sec. 18. — Nails, 20 lbs. each size, pressed 
Peck, Benny & Co. , Montreal, Que. 

Sec. 19 — Nails, hot pressed. 
Peck, Benny & Co. , Montreal, Que. 

Sec. 22— Extras 

J. C Landon, Gananoque, Leeds : Self- 
locking Window Fastener 
Electric Hardware Manufacturing Co., 

Toronto, York : Furniture Castors and 

Tinned Iron Spoons 
J. & J. Taylor, Toronto, York: Bank 

Burglar-proof Safes 
H. W. Booth, St. Thomas, Elgin : Kaoka 

Coffee-pot 
SelWay & Rennie, Toronto, York : Racing 

Plates, Trotting Shoes, Hunting Shoes, 

Draught Horse Shoes 

C. S. Grant, Toronto, York : Self-loading 
Truck 

J. E. Clipsham, Gravenhurst, Muskoka : 
Self-supporting Toasting Fork 

C Wilson* Son, Toronto, York; Portable 
Butchers' Scales, Wilson's Butcher's 
Scales, assortment of Butchers' Scales, 
Combination Beam, Donmount Scale, 
Self-loading Truck 

J. 0. Middleton, Toronto, York ; Fire and 
Burglar-proof Shutter 

W. B. Malcolm, Toronto, York : Deep 
Seat Water Closet 

Dingman, Stickney A; Co., Toronto, York: 
Glass Egg Beater 

A. Ratsey, Toronto, York : Yankee Swing 

Peck, Benny & Co. , Montreal, P.Q. : Horse- 
shoe Nails, Railroad Spikes, Ship Spikes 

Foster & Son, Toronto, York : assortment 
of Cutlery, Gilfillan Pat. Spring and 
Hinges 

Part 2— Gas Ftxtttres, Sheet Metal, 
Wire Wokk, &c. 

Sec. 23 — CcM Fixtures, including Pendants, 
Brackets, <fcc,, assortment qf 

D. S. Keith & Co., Toronto, York 
S. Meadows, Toronto, York (2) 
Bennett & Wright, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Kerosene Fixtures, including Pen- 
dants, Brackets, <fcc., assortment of 
William Thomson, Toronto, York 
NotJi L. Piper & Son, Toronto, York 



Sec. 25. — Lead Pipe, Seamless, an assortmml 
James Robertson & Co., Toronto, York 

A. J. Somerville, Toronto, York 

Sec. 26 — Lead Shot, an assortment 
James Robertson & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 27 — Sheet Lead or Plumbers' Work, an 
assortment 
D. S. Keith & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 29— Sheet Brass Work, machine made, an 
assortment 

Booth & Son, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30 — Sfieet Copper Work, hand made, an 
assortment 

William Cottrell, Toronto, York 
Booth & Son, Toronto, York 

Sec. 31 — Sfieet Copper Work, machine made, 
an assortment 

Booth & Son, Toronto, York 

Sec. 35 — Tinsmiths' Work, an assortment 
William Cottrell, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 38 — Wire Work, an assortment 

B. Greening & Co. , Hamilton, Wentworth 
Sec. 39 — Show Cases of metal 

W. Millichamp, Toronto, York (4) 
Sec. 40— Extras 

John Whitefield, Toronto, York : Assort- 
ment of Chain. 

W. Millichamp, Toronto, York : Ebonized 
silver pointed Prescription Show Case 
Walnut silver pointed Prescription Show 
Case, Round Front, Walnut silver 
pointed Prescription Show Case, assort- 
ment of Door Plates, assortment Metal 
Bars 

D. S. Keith & Co., Toronto, York: Brass 
Castings 

Booth & Son, Toronto, York: Copper 
(Planished) Bath Tubs 

Lauder & Thornton Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Toronto, York : Peet Valves, 
Globe Valves, Angle Valves, Cheek 
Valves, Hytlrant Vjuves, Curling Stone 
H andles. Hose Branches, Steam Whistles, 
Steam Gauges, Vacuum Gauges, Gauge 
Cocks, Water Gauge Colunui, Basin 
Cocks 

E. & C. Gumey & Co., Toronto, York : 
Hot Water Heater (2) 

A. J. Somerville, Toronto, York : Babbitt 
Metal 

J. H. Stone & Co. , Hamilton, Wentworth : 
Tubular Lanterns^ Bird Cages 

B. Greening & Co., Hamilton, Wentworth : 
Iron Wheels and Wire Rope for Power, 
Perforated Zinc assortment. Wove Wire 
assortment, Wire Rope assortment, Rid- 
dle and Steel Brushes 



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Joseph Lamb, Toronto, York : Bird Cage 
of wire and wood 

J. L. Mott & Go., per Bennett & Wrightr 
Toronto, York : Demorest's Patent 
Water Closet, Patent Feeding Urinal, 
bronzed and enamelled 

Bennett & Wright, Toronto, York : Marble 
Top Washstand, Zane's Patent Water 
Closet 

Noah L. Pip«r & Son, Toronto, York: 
Improved ^g Tester, Inproved Chicken 
Fountain, Street Lamp and Bracket 
Lamps, Railroad Lamps, an assortment 
of, Iin{HroTed Ventilators, Graniteware, 
an assortment of 

Part 3 — Gold & SiiiTERSMrni's Work, 
Platbd Wark, Clocks, Ac 

Sec. U— Electro Plated Ware 
EHectric Hardware Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4&— Watch Caaea 
Arms ft Qoigley, Toronto, York 

Sec. 41— Extras 

P. W. Ellister, Toronto, York: Case of 
Jewellery 

A. Wandby,' Toronto, York: Mustard 
Bottle 

Thomas Tinning, Toronto, York : Testi- 
monials in Silverware for saving life 

Part 4 — Stovks, Gratis, Hollow- ware, 4c 
Sec. 1 — Cooking Range 

E. 4 0. Gumey & Co., Toronto, York 

E. Goflfft Co., Toronto, York 

D. S. Keith 4 Co., Toronto, Yorit 

Sec. 2 — Cooking Range, portable 

Wm. Buck, Brantford, Brant 

E. 4 O. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
Harte 4 McKillop, Toronto, York 

^ McGlary "iliig. Co., London, Middlesex 
J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario (4) 
E. Goflf 4 Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 3 — Cooking Range, stationary 

R. Sewell, for the J. L. Mott Iron 
Works, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Cooking StoDe, wood 
Wm. Bu<^ Bnantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
Harte 4 McKiilop, Toronto, York 
McCiary Mfg. Co., London, Middlesex (2) 
J. Oarmiohael, Oshawa, Ontario 
E. GoflF4 Co., Toronto, York 
James Smiut, Brockville, Leeds 

Sec. 6 — Cooking Stove, coal 

E. 4 0. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario 
E. Goff4 0o., Tonmto, York 

Sec. 6 — Farmer's Boiler, or Dairy Stove 

£. Qoff 4 Co., TorooH York 



Sec. 7 — ffall Stove, illuminated base burner' 

Wm. Buck, Brantford, Brant 

J. W. Elliott, Toronto, York 

E, 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto^. York 

Harte 4 McKillop, Teronto, York 

McClary M%. Co,, London, Middlesex 

J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario (3) 

E. Goff 4 Co., Toronto, Yorfc 

Sec. 8 — Hall Stove, for wood 
Wm. Bock, Brantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Gurney 4 Cot, Toronto, York 
McClary Mfg. Co., London, Middlesex 
E, Goflf 4 Co., Toronto, YoA 

Sec. 9 — LauTulry Stove 
Angus McK^ttzie, 333 Adiiloide Street,, 

Toronto, York 
K 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toropta, York 
R Goff 4 Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Parlor Stove, for wood 

Wm, Buck, Brantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Gumey 4 Coi, Toronto-, York 
Hsirte 4 McKfllop, Toronto, York 
McClary Mfg, Co., London, Middlesex 
J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario' (2) 
E. Goff 4 Co., Toronto, York , 

Sec. 11 — Parlor Stove, for coal 
Wm. Buck, Brantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
Harte 4 McKillop, Toronto, York 
McClary Mfg. Co., London, Middlesex 
J. Carmichael, Oidiawa, Ontario 
James Smart, Brockville, Iiceds 

Sec. 12 — Parlor Cooking Stove, for wood 
Wm. Buck, Brantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
Harte 4 McKillop, Toronto, York 
McClaiy Mfg. Co., London, Middlesex 
J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario 
E. Goff 4 Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Parlor Cooking Stove, for eoal 

Wm, Buck, Brantford, Brant 
E. 4 C. Grimey 4 Co,, Toronto, York 
Harte 4 McKillop^. Toronto, York 
McClary Mfg. Co., London, Middlesex 
J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario (4) 
James Smart, Brockville, Leeds 

Sec. 14 — Parlor Orates, an assortment 

R. Sewell for J, L. Mott, Toronto, Yofk 
J. Oarmicfaael, Oshaiwa, Ontario 
E, & C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 
Hax^e 4 McKillop, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Hoi Air Furnace, portable 

J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario 

E, 4 C. Gumey 4 Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Hot Air Furnace, Stationary 
E. 4 C. Gumey ft (So., Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — Btgisters and Ventilators, assort- 
ment 
£. ft C. Gumey ft Co,, Toronto, York 



E. 

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Sec. 19 — Hollow Ware, plain, assortment 
William Buck, Brantford, Brant 
E. & C. Gumey & Co., Toronto, York 
McClary Manufacturing Company , London, 

Middlesex 
E. Goff & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 20 — Hollow Ware, enamelled, assortment 

Harte & McKillop, Toronto, York 
E. Goff & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 21 — Stoves, jBanges and HoUow Ware, 
best and largest display 
WilUiam Buck, Brantford, Brant 

E. & C. Gumey & Co., Toronto, York 
Uarte k MeKulop, Toronto, York 

J. Carmichael, Oahawa, Ontario 

Sec. 22— Extras 

Angus McKenzie, Toronto, York: Lamp 
Stove, Bar-room Kettle, Lamp Kettle, 
Novelty Glue Heater, Soldering Iron 
Heater 

William Buck,. Brantford, Brant: Ladies' 
Favorite Sad Iron, Set Stove Furniture 

F. W. Fuake, Montreal: Machine for 
making Stove-pipe Elbows 

£.•& 0. Gumey k Co., Toronto, .York : 

Coal Oil Stoves, Brunswick Coal Oil 

Stove 
Rogers k King, per Bejuiett & Wright, 

Toronto, York : Hot Water Boilers, 

steam (2) 
McClary Manufacturing Company, London, 

Middlesex : Box Stove, for woed 
■ J, Carmicbaei, Oshawa, Ontario : 2 sets 

copper stove furniture 
D. S. Keith k Co., Toronto, York : Hot 

Water Range 
Adams k Westlake, per W. H. Thorold, 

Toronto, York: Cooking Stove Oil, 

Heating Stove Oil 
Eetort Gas Stove Co., per W. H. Thorold, 

Toronto, York : Cooking Stoves, gaa, 

assortment, Argaud Stoves, gas. Heater 

Stoves, gas. 

Paet 5 — Castings 
Sec. 23— Car Wheels, set of 
Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 

Hec. 24 — Castings for generad machinery 

J. Neill k Sons, Toronto, York 

i?ec. 25 — Castings /or Eaihoay Cars and 
Locomotives 

Thomas Muic, London, Middlesex 
St. Lawrence Foundry, Toronto, York 
Patrick Lappin, Davenport, York 

Sec. 26 — Cast Iron Work, Omaniental, for 
Fences, <ke 

Babjohn, Olmsted k Son, Hamilton, Went- 

worth 
L. A. Morrison, Toronto, York (2) 
■J. Neill & SouSj Toronto, York 



Sec. 27— C<M< Wheel, Spur or Bevel, not less 
than 50 lbs. weight 

John Abell, Woodbridge, York 

J. C. Wilson k Co., Ficton, Prince Edward 

County 
J. Neill k Sons, Toronto, York 
Sec. 28— Extras 

Rabjohn, Olmsted k Son, Hamilton, Went- 
worth : Statuary in Zinc, Flower Vasen 
in Iron, Settees and Chairs in Iron 

Bennett k Wright, Toronto, York : Cast- 
iron Ornamental Screen and Coil for 
water or steam heating 

Bennett k Wriaht per Rogers k King, 
Toronto, York : iCollection Cast-iron 
Pipes, Radiator 

CLASS LVI. — Carriages, Sleighs, and partu 
thereof, etc. 

Sec. 2 — Carriage, Two-horse Pleasure 
Hutchinson k Burns, Toronto, York 
O'Donohoe k Douglas, Toronto, York 

See. 3 — Buggy, double-seated covered, for out 
or two horses 

Hutchinson k Bums, Toronto, York 
See. 5 — Buggy, single-seated covered 

Morrison k Querrie, Aurora, York 
Hutchinson k Bums, Toronto, York 
A. Wright k Son, Richmond Hill, York 
Matthew Grey, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — Buggy, single-seated uncovered 
Hutchinson k Barns, Toronto, York 
O'Donohoe k Douglas, Toronto, York 
Thomas R. Allison, Ellesmere, York 
William French, Richmond Hill, York 
Matthew Grey, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Pony Phaeton, covered 
Hutchinson k Bums, Toronto, York 
Matthew Grey, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Pony Phaeton, uncovered 
Hutchinson k Bums, Toronto, York 
Matthew Grey, Toronto, York (2) 

See. 9 — Trotting Sullcey, two-wheeled 
A. Wright & Son, Richmond HQl, York 

Sec. 12 — Cutter, one-horse, pleasure 
A. Wright & Son, Richmond Hill, York 

Sec. 13 — Child's Perambulators 

George Dingwall, Toronto, York (2) 
Jacobs & Hughes, Rochester, N.Y. (3) 

Sec. 14 — Carriage and Buggy Wood Work, 
assortment 

K. McLeay, Watford, Lambton 
Sec. \b~Sleigh and Cutter Stuff, assortment 

R. McLeay, Watford, Lambton 
Sec. 17— Felloes, beni, 12 sets 

R. McLeay, Watford, Lambton 









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.Sou. 32 — Sprimjn, asgortment, 3 8d$ 
UaiiaiicH£UO Spring Mfg. Co., Gananoque, 

James Warwick & Son, Gait, Waterloo 
B. J. Coglin, Montreal, P. Q. 

Seo. 23 — Aaaortnient of Carriage Forgeings 

George Gillies, Gananoque, Leeds 
Sec. 24— Ejctras 

W. B. PoUock, Toronto, York: Child'a 
Waggon and Sleigh combined 

George Dingwall, Toronto, York : Brake 
for Carriage 

O'Donohoe & Douglas, Toronto, York : 
Carr Patent Whipple-tree 

John Young, Toronto, York : small white 
Hearse 

A. Wriuht & Son, Richmomi Hill, York : 
Peddler's Waggon 

Daniel Conboy, ifxbridge, Ontario : Buggy 
with adjustable seat. Cutter with ad- 
justable seat, Buggy with adjustable 
rubber top, adjustable Carriage Top 
with seat and body 

James Warwick & Co., Gait, Waterloo : 
special Springs, 3 sets 

W. Dalton, Toronto, York : Child's Sleigh 
or Cutter, Child's double or single Port- 
land, Child's single Portland Cutter, 
Child's double Portland Cutter 

Jacobs & Hughes, Rochester, N. Y. : Com- 
bination Carriage and Sleeping Coach 
(Child's) 

CLASS LV II— Knitting and Sewing 
Machines. 

Sec. 1 — Knitting Machine, hand 

Electric Hardware Manufacturing Co., 

Toronto, York 
Creelman Bros., Georgetown, Halton (5) 

Sec. 3 — Sewing Machine, manufacturing 
Charles Raymond, Guelph, Wellington 
Singer Manufact'g Co., Toronto, York (4) 
R. M. Wanzer & Co,, Hamilton, Went- 
worth (2) 

C. M. William's Manufacturing Co. , Tor- 
onto, York 

Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co., Toronto, 
York (3) 
S6c. 4 — Seiaing Machine, family 

Charles Raymond, Guelph, Wellington 
Singer Manufact'g Co., Toronto York (4) 

D. S. Adams, Toronto, York 

R. M. Wanzer & Co, Hamilton, Went- 
worth (2> 

C. M. William's Manufacturing Co.^ Tor- 
onto, York 

Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co., Toronte, 
York. (2) 

A. W. Branie, Toronto, York 

i^ee. 5 — Sewing Machine, button hole 
Singer Manufacturing Co., Toronto, York. 



Sec. 6 — Sewing Machine, emhrmlery 
Singer Manufacturing Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Sewing Machine, single thread 
Charles Raymond, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 8— Sewing Machine, wax thread 

Singer Manufacturing Co., Toroutot York 
Sec. 9 — Extra* 

Creelman Bros., Georgetown, Halton 

Singer Manufacturing Co., Toronto, York, 
New and Improved Stand 

R. M, Wanzer & Co., Hamilton, Went 
worth. Cabinet Work for Sewing Ma- 
chines, Plaiting Macliines 

C. M. William's Manufacturing Co., Tor- 
onto, York, Extra Finished Machine 

Evans & Co., Toronto, York, Repairing 
Sewing Machines 

Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co., Toronto, 
York, Sewing Machine Work 

CLASS LVIII— Wearing Apparel, Fkix, 
Hemp, and Cotton Goods 

Furs. 
Sec. I — Furs, set of Lady's Canada Mink 
J. k J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 
G. R. Renfrew & Co., Quebec, P. Q. 

Sec. 2 — Furs, set of Lady's Seal 
J. & J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 
G. R. Renfrew & C(x, Quebec, P. Q. 

Sec. 3 — Fnrs, set of Lady's Lavibskin 
J. & J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 
G. R. Renfrew & Co., Quebeoj P. Q. 

Sfec. 4 — Furs, set of Lady's, any otJier kind 
J. & J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 
G. R. Renfrew & Co., Quebec, P. Q.. 

Sec. 5 — Furs, set of Gentlemen's 

J. & J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 

G. R. Renfrew & Co., Quebec, P. Q. 

Sec. 6 — Furs, Sleigh Robes, assortment, not 
less than 3 kinds 
J. & J. Lugsdin, Toronto, York 
G. R. Renfrew & Co., Quebec, P. Q. 

Sec. 7 — Sheepskin Mats, dressed' and colored, 
assortment of 

W. J. Robiifflon, London, Middlesex 
Wbaring Afpahbl. 
Sec. 9 — Collars and Cuff's 

J.. W. Gale, Toronto, York 
Sec. 10 — Cloves and Mitts, Leather 

F. Hall & Son, Toronto, York (2> 
Sec. 12 — Gloves and Mitts, Woollen 

R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York: 

John Penman, Paris,, Braui 



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ronto, York 

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Sewing Ma- 
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Sec. 15 — Overcoatn of Canada Cloth 

Kobert Walker & Sons, Toronto, York 

W. S. Finch, Toronto, York 

R. J. Hunter, Toronto, York 

T. Thomi)8on & Son, Toronto, York 

•See, 16 — Sfiirln, ijentb-men's, white dress, 
assortment, J dozens 

P. M. (Joff, Toronto, York 

J. J. Evans & Co., Toronto, York 

Robert Walker & Sons, Toronto, York 

A. White, Toronto, York 

John M. Treblf), Toronto, York 

J. W. (iale, Toronto. York 

Sec. 17 — Shirts, gentlemen's, fancy flannel, 
assortment 

Robert Walker k Sons, Toronto, York 
Sec. 18 — Suit, tjentlernan's, Canada cloth 

Robert Walker & Sons, Toronto, York 

W. H. Finch, Toronto, York 

R. J. Hunter, Toronto, York 

T. Thompson & Son, Toronto, York 

P. Jamieson, Toronto, York 

Petley & Dineen, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19 — Suit, boy's, Canada cloth 

Robert Walker & Sons, Toronto, York 
W. S. Finch, Toronto, York 
T. Thompson & Son, Toronto, York 
P. Jamieson, Toronto, York 

Cotton Goods. 
Sec. 30 — Cotton Sheeting, unbleached, 36 
inch ivide, 3 pieces 

Victor Hudson Cotton Mills Company, 
Hochelaga, P. Q. 

Sec. 31 — Cotton Sheeting, bleached 

Montreal Cotton Co., VaUeyfield, P. Q. 

Sec. 33 — Hosiery, assortment, 3 pairs of each 
class in size exhibited 

Creelman Bros., Georgetown, Halton 
R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York 
L. Lennard & Sons, Dundas, Wentworth 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 39— Extras 

C. Page & Sons,, Toronto, York, Lady's Un- 
derclothing Embroidery, Lady's Dress- 
ing Sacques Trimmed Embroidery, Baby 
Linen, Juvenile Clothing, Infanta' Em- 
broidered Flannel Barieots and Hd. 
Squares, Tucked Cambric and Pillow 
Shams 

Elijah Dawe, Toronto, York, Drees Suit 
Clothes 

F. Hall k Son, Toronto, York, Glove 
Material 

Fiske & Co., Toronto, York, Web Goods 

R. J. Hunter, Toronto, York, Overcoat, 
Business Suit, Fine Suit 

R. A McAllister, Toronto, York, Silk Hose 

Samuel Briggs, Hamilton, Wentworth, 
Machine Card Clothing, assortment 



John M. Treble, Toronto, York, Ladies 

Underwear, ('hild's Dress 
P. Jamieson, Toronto, Yt)rk, Pants 
Petley k Dineen, 'i'oronto, York, Engliah 

Black Worsted Suit, English Worsted 

Pants, Canadian Tweed Pants 
A. M. Theale, Toronto, York, Paper 

Patterns 

C. E. Kaniage, Toronto, York, Shoulder 
SnsjMjnders 

Crompton Corset Co., Toronto, York, 
Satm Corsets, assortment of ; Stock 
Good, assortment of ; Coutille and Sat- 
ten Jean Corsets, assortment of ; Ab- 
dominal Corsets, assortment of ; Nursing 
Corsets, assorttnent of ; Artistic Corsets, 
assortment of ; Nurses Corsets, assort- 
ment of 

Edward Perryman, Toronto, York, Bas- 
sinette, Baby Linen and Ladies' Under- 
clothing, assortment of 

CLASS LIX -Woollen Goods 

Sec. 3 — Blankets, White, '2 pairs 

Horatio Collier, Camerontown, Glengarry 
Sagden, Watcrhouse k (^o., Uxbridge, Ont. 
Charles Woodbeach, Owen Sound, <irey 
John Mcintosh k Sons, Woodbridge, York 
William Algie, Claude, Peel 

D. Kitchen, Carming, Oxford 
Cornwall Mfg. Co., Cornwall, Storraont (4) 

Sec. 4 — Blankds, Orey, 2 jmirs 

Smith & Wilby, Tonmto, York 
D. Kitchen, Canning, Oxford 
Cornwall Mfg. Co., Cornwall, Stormont 

Sec. 5 — Ca^simere, assortment, 3 pieces 
Barber k Co., Streetsville, Peel 

Sea 9 — Dr%iggets, plain and fancy checks, 
6 pieces 
Dufton & Myers, Stratford, Perth 

Sec. 10 — Etoffes, assortment, plain and 
check, 4 pieces 

Dnfton k Myers, Stratford, Perth 
vS. A. Russell, Newmarket, York 
Mills k Hutchinson, Montreal, P.Q. 

Sec. 11 — Flannel, all Wool, Wliite, Colored, 
and Fancy, 6 pieces 

Newcastle Woollen Co., Newcastle, Dur- 
ham (2) 

Barber ft Co. , Streetsville, Peel 

St. Hyacinthc Mfg. Co. , St. Hyacinthe, P. y . 

Mills k Hutchinson, Montreal, P.Q. 

S. W. Farrand, Bridgeport, Waterloo 

Sec. 12 — Flannel Union, white and grey, 
3 pieces 
William Algie, Claude, Peel 



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Stic. 1 3 — Naps and PiloU, cuiortment, length, 
15 yardn 

Smith & Wilby, Toronto, York (2) 
Barber & Co. , StrcotHville, I'oel 

Sec. 14 — Serge, coluured, 3 pieces 
J. W. Farrand, Bridgeport, Waterloo 

Hoc. 15 — Shawls, woollen, best assortment 
o/O 
W. H. Nylio, Carlton Place, Lanark 

Sec. 10 — Tweeds, winter, a,asortrmnt of 6 
pieces 

McKinnon & Co., Caledonia 
Barber & Co., Streetsyille, I'eel 
Millii & Hutc'hinaon, Montreal, P.Q. 
W. H. Nylie, Carlton Place, Lanark 
Moorobouae, Dodds & Co., Glen Tay, 

T.ianark 
Auburn Woollen Co., Peterboro',Peterboro' 

Sec. 17 — Tweeds, s'limmer, assortment of 6 
pieces 
Barber & Co. , Streetsville, Peel 
MillH &. Hutchinson, Montreal, P.Q. 
W. H. Nylie, (Carlton Place, Lanark 
Moorehouue, . Dodds & Co., Glen Tay, 

lianark 
Auburn Woollen Co. ,Peterboro', Poterboro' 

Sec. 20 — Worsted Cloths, assortment of 3 
pieces 
Barber & Co. , Streetsville, Peel 
Sec. 21 — Yarn, made from Canadian Wool, 
OHKortinent, white, colored aiul mixtures, 
(5 ths. 

John Wardlaw, Gait, Waterloo 

Cliff & Shaw, Sullivan, Grey 

Strathroy Knitting Co., Strathroy, Mid- 
dlesex 

William Algie, Claude, Peel 

John Penman, Paris, Brant 
Sec. 22 — Yarn, made from Merino or Foreign 
Wool, white, dyed, and mixtures, 6 lbs. 
each 

John Wardlaw, Gait, Waterloo 

Strathroy Knitting Co., Strathroy, Mid- 
dlesex 

John Penman, Paris, Brant 
Sec. 24 — Yarn, 4 Ply Fingering, white, coU 
ored, and mixtures, 6 lbs. 

John Wardlaw, Gait, Waterloo 
Cliff & Shaw, Sullivan, Grey 

Sec. 25— Extras 

Henry Horsley, 291 Ontario St., Toronto, 
York, assortment of Woollen Comforters 

Smith & Wilby, Toronto, York, Check 
Miltons ; Camel-hair Cloth ; | Diagonal 
Overcoating 

R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York, Chil- 
dren's Gaiters ; Children's Underwear ; 
Crochet Jackets 



J. W. Gale, Toronto, York, Ladiea' and 
Infant's Cotton Underwear 

British American Dyeing (Jo., Toronto, 
York, He-dyed Cotton (ioods ; Re-dyccl 
Cotton and Wool (iowls ; Re-dyed 
Woollen Goods ; He-dyed Silk Goods 

J. Kyres & Son, Toronto, York, Broad 
Silks ; Ribbon Velvets ; Ribbons 

Jno. Mcintosh & Sons, Woodbridge, York, 
Extract 

Knittrr Goods. 
Sec. 26 — Cardigan Jackets, best assortment, 
i dozen 

R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York 
Cliflf & Shaw, Sullivan, Grey 
Isaac Johnston, Georgetown, Halton 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 
Clay & McCosh, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 27 — Drawers and Shirts, plain, assort- 
ment, i doxen each 

John Wardlaw, Gait, Waterloo 

Stallen, Stanley & Co., Dundas, Wentworth 

Strathroy Knitting (Jompany, Strathroy, 

Middlesex 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 28 — Drawers and Shirts, ribbed, assort- 
merit, \ dozen each 

John W'ardlaw, Gait, Waterloo 

Stallen, Stanley & Co., Dundas, Wentworth 

Strathroy Knitting Company, Strathroy, 

Middlesex 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 
Clay & McCosh, Paris, Brant 
Adams, Hackland & Co., Paris, Brant 

Sec. 29 — Half Hose, best assortment, J dozen 
Creelman Brothers, Georgetown, Halton 
R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York 
Cliff and Shaw, Sullivan, Grey 
L. Lennard & Sons, Dundas, Wentworth 
H. & C. Clark, St. John, P. Q 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 
Clay & McCosh, Paris, Brant 
Adams, Hackland & Co., Paris, Brant 

Sec. 30 — Hose, Ladies' and Misses', plain 
and ribbed, assortment, J dozen of each 
Creelman Brothers, Georgetown, Halton 
R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York 
Cliff & Shaw, Sullivan, Grey 
L. Lennard & Sons, Dundas, Wentworth 
H. K. Clark, St. John, P. Q 
John Penman, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 31 — Nubias and Scarfs, assortment of, ^ 

dozen 
R. A. McAllister, Toronto, York 
L. Lennard & Sons, Dundas, Wentworth 
Strathroy Knitting Company, Strathroy, 

Middlesex 

Sec. 35 — Cocoa Matting 
CobouFg Matting Co., Cobourg, Durham 



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Rc-dyed 
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Walton 

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Strathroy, 



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iVentworth 
Strathroy, 



Brant 
•nt, i dozen 

I, Halton 
k 

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Halton 
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Soo. ^—Extrcu 
J. W. Oalo, Toronto, York : Ivies' and 
Infants' Knitted Goods, assortment ; 
Ladies' and Infanta' Underwear 

CLASS LX— Boots and Shoes, Leather, &o. 

Hoc. 1 — An assortment of not less than 6 pairs 
qf Ladles' iShoes, hand made 
H. & 0. Blachford, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — An assortment of not less than 5 pairs 
qf Gentlemen's Shoes, hand made 
WUliam Ansell, Yorkville, York 
R. Nimmo k Co., Oalt, Waterloo 

Sec. 3 — Gentlemen's Boots, 1 pair, hand made 

William Ansell, Yorkville, York 
A. Oemmel, Toronto, York 
William Simpson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — An assortment of Men's, Boys' and 
Youths' Boots and Shoes, of 1 doz. pairs 
each, pegged 

S. A. Oliver, Toronto, York 
William Simpson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6— An assortment of Women's, Misses' 
and Children's Shoes, of 1 doz. pairs 
ear.h, pegged 
S. A. Oliver, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — ^n assortment of Men's, Women's, 
Misses' and Children's Shoes, of 1 doz. 
pairs each, machine sewed or cable wire 
S. A. Oliver, Toronto, York 
W. B. Hamilton, Toronto, York 

Shokmaker'h Tools and Stock 

Sec. 9 — Boot and Shoe Makers' Lasts and 
Trees 

Selway & Wood, Toronto, York 
W. A. Young, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. H — Calf Skins, waxed, 36 lbs. and 
over, 1 dozen 
Gibson Leather Co. , Fredericton, N. B. 

Sec. 14 — Cow Hide.'', huffed, 4 sides 
C. ' 0., Oakville, Halton 

(; c. Frekericton, N. B. 

^t -I, jtebbled, 4 sides 

.troi Co,, Oakville, Halton 

Sec. i 'ow U'8, patent, 4 aides 
G. /. .mstrong & Co., Oakville, Halton 
Gi'ison Leather Co., Fredericton, N. B. 

Sec. 7 Cow Hides, enamelled, 4 sides 

C. Armstrong & Co., Oak\ ■ Halton 
Gibson Leather Co., Fred" >iii, N. B. 

Sec. 21 — Sole Leather, Span i Sides 

Beardmore & Co., Tore Vork 

Sec. 29— Splits, 4 Sides 

0. Armstrong & Co., Oak ,o, Halton 

Gibson Leather Co., Freu icton, N. B. 



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Sec. 26— Extras 

Dominion I^eathor Board Co., Montreal, 

Montreal : Leatlier Board, Leather 

Stiffouers 
irer, of Paris, p<'r H. & C. Blachford, 

Toronto, York : Assortment of Ladies' 

Silk, Satin, und Kid SlipiMsrs 
Waturbury 8c, Sons, N. Y., per H. & 0. 

Blachford, Toronto, York : Assortment 

of Children's hand made Shoes 
Mrs. F. E. MctJregor, Toronto, York : 

Assortment of Slioe Trimmings 
L. Richard, Quebec, P. Q. : Shank in 

Wood, Box 'Toes, and Leather Tips 
C. Armstrong k Co., Oakville, Halton, : 

Pebbled O^f, 2 skins 
W. A. Young, Berlin, Waterloo : Upfuld 

Ik»ot Tree, new Gaiter Trees, 2 pair, 

Double Rode Bool Tree 
C. Hutchinson, Toronto, York : Imperial 

Kid (tloves 
S. A. Oliver, Toronto, York, Furred 

Boots, Shoes and Slippers, assortment 

CLASS LXI— Saddlery, Engine Hose, Trunk- 
maker's Work, Leather, eto 

Sec. 1 — Collars, an assortment of 

Ebenezer Fisher, Kincardine, Bruce 
James T^lor, Oakville, Halton 
William Vah^, London, Middlesex 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec, 2 — Engine Hose and Joints, 2| inches 
diameter, 50 ft. , of copper rivetied 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 
Sec. 3 — Harness, Set of Double Carriage 

Lucadin & Bamett, Toronto, York 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Harness, Set of Single Carriage 

Lugsdin k Bamett, Toronto, York 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Harness, Set of Team 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 
Sec. 6 — Harness, Set of Cart 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — India Rubber Belting, an assort- 
ment of 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Toronto. York 

Sec. 8 — Rubber Hose, an assortment of 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Leather Machine Belting, nn 
assortment of 
F. E. Dixon & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Saddle, Lady's, full quilted 
Lugsdin k Bamett, Toronto, York 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Saddle, Gkntleman's, fvM quilted 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 



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Sec. 12 — Saddk, Oentleman'g Plain Shaftoe 
Lugsdin & Bamett, Toronto, York 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Saddle, Plain 
R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Trunkfi, an assortment of 

Lugsdin A Bamett, Toronto, York 

E. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

H. E. Clarke & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Valises and Travelling Bags, an 
assortment of 

Lupsilin & Bamett, Toronto, York 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York 

H. E. Clarke & Co., Toronto, York 

Saddle and Harness Stock 

Sec. 19 — Check, for Horse Collars, 20 yards 
of 40 inch, 1 W per yard 
Smith & Wilby, Toronto, York 

Sec. 20 — Harness Leather, two sides 
Gibson Leather Co. , Fredericton, N. B. 

Sue. 24 — Horse Blankets, 2 pairs 
Smith & vVilby, Toronto, York 

Sec. 25 — Kersey, for Horse Clothing, 1 piVre 
each, of 40 inch and 72 inch 
Smith & Wilby, Toronto, York 

Sec. 27— Patent Leather, for Carnage or 
Harness Work, two sides 
Gibson Leather Co., Fredericton, N. B. 

Sec. 29 — Leather for Belting, 2 sides, whok 

J. A. Blake, Niagara, Lincoln 

F. E. Dixon, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30 — Leather, oak tanned, assortment of 
J. A. Blake, Niagara, Lincoln 

Sec. 31— Extras 

V. A. Coleman, Port Hope, Northumber- 
land : Double Harness, for ploughing 

T. Woodbridge & Co., Toronto, York : 
case of samples of Saddlery Hardware 

Hamburg Cordova Tannery, Tjronto, 
York (per Ph. Jacobi) : Cordova Leather 
' Wm. Vahey, London, Middlesex : Horse 
Colla • Blocking Machine 

Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Toronto, York : Suction Hose and Fire 
Buckets, assortment 

R. Malcolm, Toronto, York : Express 
Harness, Steeple Chase SadiUes. Race 
Saddles, Assortment Mail Bags 

Gibson Leather Co., Fredericton, N. B. : 
Colored Trimmings, Landau, Carriage 
Top, Split, Dash, Winker and Skirting, 
whole Hides 



CLASS LXII 
Cabinet Ware, Hollow Ware, 
Broshes, &c 
Sec. 1 — Bedroom Furniture, Cabinet Ware 
Charles Kremer, Preston, Waterloo 
Oshava Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 
Se':. 2 — Book Case 
W. Millichamp, Toronto, York 
Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay c; Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 3—Caruing in Wood, decorative, not 
connected with any otfier atticle on exhi- 
bition 

George Berrie, Toronto, York 
Beam Brothers, London, Middlesex 
Harry Knowlton, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 4 — Centre Table 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Chair, Easy, for invalids 
C. E. Anderson, London E. Middlesex (2) 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 
M. G. Edson, & Company, Montreal, P. Q 

Sec. 6 — Chairs, 6 assorted, wood seat, painted 

Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Chairs, 6 assorted. Cane-seat 

Ohsawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Cornices, Carved and Gilt 

Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 
Sec. 9 — Drawing Boom Chairs, set oj 
Charles Kremer, Preston, Waterloo 
Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, ,York 

Sec. 10 — Drawing Room Furniture, set of 
Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Mantle, best wood 
Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Mantle Mirror, best 

Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 
H. J. Matthews & Bro., Toronto, York 

S(!c. 13 — Sideboard 

Oshawa Cabinet Company, Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Company, Toronto, York 
Edward Leigh, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — School x'urniture, assortment 
W. Strlhschmidt, Preston, Waterloo 
Oshawa Cabinet Co., Toronto, York 
R. Hay & Co., Toronto, York 
Beam & Bros., London, Middlesex 

Sec. 15— 'Veneers, from Camidian Woods, 
undressed 

R. Hay & Co., Toronto, York 



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Warb, 

linet Ware 
iterloo 

)ronto, York 
, York 

rk 

oronto, York 

, York 

corative, not 
tick on exhi- 



dlesex 
Wentworth 

., York 
U 

Middlesex (2) 
), York 
lontreal, P.Q 
I seat, pairUed 
'oronto, York 
J, York 
.e-seat 

'oronto, York 
3, York 

'iU 

'oronto, York 

3, York 

sei of 

aterloo 

oronto, York 

'.ure, set of 
oronto, York 
York 

'oronto, York 
), York 

oronto, York 
i, York 
mto, York 

oronto, York 

, York 

k 

rtment 

iVaterloo 

0, York 

k 

Uesex 

dian Woo(h, 



Sec. 17— What-not 
R. Hay & Co., Toronto, York 

S^c. 19 — Best piece of Furniture of original 
design and distinguished merit, ifreconi- 
mended by the judges 
Oqhawa Cabinet Co., Toronto, York 

Miscellaneous 
.Sec. 20 — Brushes, hair, assortment of 
Charles fioechk k Son, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 23 — Brooms, assortment of 
H. A. Nekon & Sons, Toronto, York 
Charles Boechk & Son, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Casks, Barrels, Kegs, dkc, assort- 
ment of 
Joseph Landreville, Toronto, York 
R. Davies, Toronto, York 

Sec. 25 — Chtlies Wringer 
Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 
John D. Wilson, Toronto, York 
J. C. Schoonmaker, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 26 — Mangle 
Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 
J. C. Schoonmaker, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 27 — Washing Machine 

Thomas Muir, London, Middlesex 
Wilkins' Washer Co., Boston, per John 

Wilkins, Toronto, York 
Kandale & Foster, Leamington, Essex 
L. M. Cather k Co., Toronto, York 
E. k 0. Gurney & Co., Toronto, York 
J E. Leslie, Toronto, York 
C. & A. W. Guyer, Tyronne, Blair, Pa., 
L. A. Morrison, Toronto, York 
J. C. Schoonmaker, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Sec. 28 — Wash Tubs and Pails, factory made, 

3 of each 

E. B. Eddy, Hull, Ottawa, Que. 
Charles Boeckh & Son, Toronto, York 

Sec. 31 — Extras 

W. D. Littleford, Toronto, York : Rivet- 
ing China and Glass 

Canada Glass Burial Case Co., Chatham, 
Kent : Glass Burial Case 

Chas. Kremer, Preston, Waterloo: Writing 
Desk 

F. A. Noverre, Toronto, York: Pleasure 
Boat ; Building Models, collection of ; 
Pair of Scdls 

E. B. Eddy, Hull, Ottawa, P.Q. : Wash- 
boards, Matches 

W. M. Adams, Toronto, York : Invalids 
and Portable Bedstead 

K. Hay & Co., Toronto, York . Etseer, S 
Settees, Chairs with perforated work, 
(assortment), China Table, Walnut Side- 
board, 12 Dining Chairs in morocco. 
Side Table, Dinner Waggon, Plate 
Warner, Cabinet, Music Cabinet 

(}. Qeiiie, Toronto, York i Fret Saw Woik 



John A. Chndinning, Toronto, York : 

Family Boat, Pleasure Skiff, 4 pairs of 

Sculls' 
William H. Rice, Toronto, York : Spring 

Mattrass and Bed Bottom 
John Young, Toronto, York : Coffins and 

Caskets, assortment of 
John Munn, Toronto, York : Canterbury • 

Music Stool, Empress Combination 
J. k H. Ker, Toronto, York : Bobbins and 

Spools 
Harrison S. Hayden, Toronto, York : Vel- 
vet Frames and Passe Partouts 
H. J. Mathews & Bro., Toronto, York: 

case Gilt Mouldings 
Otter Sweeper Co., Otterville, Oxford : 

Ladies' Friend Carpet Sweeper 
Ewing & Co., Toi-mto, York : Silvered 

Mirror Plate, Picture Frames 
Beam & Bros. , London, Middlesex ; Church 

Furniture, assortment 
T. M. Wood & Co., Toronto, York : Win- 
dow Blinds and Shades, assortment 
J. R. McLaren, jun., Toronto, York r 

Sharp's Patent Safety Amtomatic Oil 

Cabinet 
A. Macdonald, Toronto, York : Scrubbing 

Brush, rubber 
George Gale, Smith's Falls, P.Q. : Dominion 

Wire Mattrass 
Charles W. Mack, Toronto, York : Frame 

containing 350 pieces Black Walnut, 

Wall Basket containing 7 Baskets, kc. 
William Lee, Toronto, York : Inlaid Cen- 
tre Table 
Ontario Wire Mattrass Co. , Toronto, York r 

Woven Wire Mattrass 
W. R. Hancock, Toronto, York: Lace 

Curtain Stretcher 
Mrs. M. Gowans, Toronto, York : Pictorial 

Door Screen 
Campbell Brothers, Watford, Lambton r 

3 bunches Barrel Hoops 
Gideon Himtingdon, Toronto, York : 

Washer and Boiler, combined 
Robert S. Selby, Toronto, York : Cheese 

Cutter for Grocers 
James Browne, Toronto, York : Map 

Stands and Elevator 
Samuel L. Hicks, Toronto, York : English 

Lap-streaked Canoe, Pleasure Skiffs, 

Oars and Sculls, assortment of 
Allen Murphy, Toronto, York : Chopping^ 

Block 
J. Lochrie, Toronto, York : Ropes 
Richard E. (Jreen, Toronto, York : Yacht 

Motlels 
Dolphis Coutu, Toronto, York : Lady's 

Secretary 
M.(J. Edson &Co., Montreal, P.Q. : Chair, 

Easy, Self-propelling ; Chair, Surgical 
John S. Stephenson, Peterboro, Peterboro : 

Cedar rib Canoe 
J. Gilray, Grimsby, Lincoln : Cttrtaia 
Stretcher 



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CLASS LXIII— Musical Inatruments 
Sec. 1 — Case for, or on any kind of Jnatru- 
ment 
J. A. Livingston, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Organ, Cabinet or Parlor 

Mason & Risch, Toronto, York (4) 
W. Bell & Co,. Ouelph, WeUinston (2) 
J. A. Livingston, Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Organ, Church; with pipes 
S. k H. Warren k Sons, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — Organ, Chwrch, with reeda 
Mason tc Risch, Toronto, York 
Dominion Organ Company, Bowmanville, 

Durham 
W. BeU & Co., Guelph, Wellimrton (2) 
J. A. Livingston, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Organ, Parlor, with reeds 

Donnnion Organ Company, Bowmanville, 

Durham (9) 
W. Bell & Company, Guelph, Wellington 
•J. A. Livingston, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Piano, Orand 
Mason & Risch, Toronto, York 
Hetntzman A, Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Piano, Square 
Mason ft Risch, Toronto, York (4) 
Heintzman & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec, 10 — Piano, Cottage 

Mason k Risoh, Toronto, Yofk (5) 
Heintzman k Co., Toronto, York 

Sec- 12— Extras 

1. Sucklinc k Sons, Toronto, York, 
Cornets, brass; Clarionets, wood 

Heintzman k Co., Toronto, York, Piano 
bottoms and otherjparts 

Michael MoCarty, Dundas, Wentworth, 
Violin 

(George Pink, London, Middlesex, an im- 
proved Music Leaf Turner 

George McClunkey, Toronto, York, Drums 

R. Alden, Toronto, York, Band Music 
Stand 

Newell Organ Reed Co., Toronto, York, 
Organ Reed Boards 

Joseph Lamb, Toronto, York, Banjo 

R. M. Robinson, Toronto, York, Brass 
Instruments, assortment of 

.1. A. Livingston, Toronto, York : Comp- 
benella attachment to Organ ; acoustic 
design of Organ Cases 

Edman Brown, Montreal, P. Q. : Harp 

CLASS LXIV—BnUding Materials, Joiners' 
Work, Painting Worii in Marble, Pot- 
tery, etc. 

8eo. 1 — Bricks, pressed, 1 dozen 

Thomas Nightingale, Yorkville, York 



Sec, 2 — Bricks, kUn burnt, 1 dozen 
S. Arnold, Doacaster, York 

Sea 3 — Cemettts, best assortment, for build- 
vng purposes 
M. J. Hynes k Bro., Toront<^ York 

See. 5 — Iron Castirys for building pur- 
poses 
St. Lawrence Foundry Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — Mantel Piece in marble 

Robert Sewell, Toronto, York 
J. G. Gibson, Toronto, York 
N. L. Steiner, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Mantel Piece in marbled iron 

J. G, Gibson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Mantel Piece, any other material 
Robert Sewell, Toronto, York 
M. J, Hjmes k Bra, Toronto, Ywk 

Sec. 9 — Monumental Head Stone 
J. G. Gibson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Pottery, assortment of 
John S. Crawford, Toronto, York 
John Davis, Davisville, York 
W. A. Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Sewage Pipes, Stoneware, assort- 
ment of sizes 

Wm. Campbell k Sons, Hamiltem, Went- 
worth 
Thomas Nightingale, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 13 — Slates for Roofing 
Benj. Walton, Melbourne, P.Q, 

Sec. 15 — Stench Traps for Drains, stonf- 
ware 

Wm. Campbell k Sons, Hamilton, Went- 
worth 
Thomas Nightingale, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 16 — Stench Trap for Drains, iron 
J. k J. Taylor, Toronto, York 
W. R. Bnrrage, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Stoneware, assortment 
W. E, Welding, Brantford, Brant 

Sec. 22 — Terra Cotta, for building pur- 
poses, eoUection 
H, Waudby, Toronto, York 

Sec. 26 — draining in Oak ^^ , ,, ^ 

George Knight, Toronto, York 

Sec. 27 — Ctraining in Walnut 
George Knight, Toronto, York 

Sec. 28 — Omining in any other loood 
George Knight, Toronto, York 



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Class LXV. 



Sec. 31 — Six-fold Inside Shutters, hhiged, 
etC; 
Withrow & Hillock, Toronto, York 

Sec. 32 — Machine lorought movMing 100 
feet of each 

William Wright, Alliston, Simcoe 
Essery & Reid, Toronto, York 

Sec. 34 — Stucco work for building purposes 
M. J. Hyues &, Bros., Toronto, York 

Sec. 35 — Extras 

Plumbago and Mica Mining Co.. 125 
Richmond Street, Toronto, York, per 
H. Robina & Ga : Specimen of Cement 
Roofing. 
W. E. Welding, Brantford, Brant : Stone- 
ware Barrels for Liquids, Stoneware 
Rennet Kegs, Stoneware Meat Kegs 
Joseph A. Egginton, Montreal, Quebec : lU 
Panes Ornamental Cut Glass, 3 panes 
bevelled edge Plate Glass, 3 ground 
and cut Lamp Globes 
St. Lawrence Foundry, Toronto, York ; 

Area Lights 
H. Waudby, Toronto, York : Artificial 

Stone, Improved Stove-pipe Collars 
C A. Campbell, Toronto, York : Window 

Shade Fixtures 
W. Brisloy, Toronto, York : Patent Clip 
Hook for fastening Sidewalk Flanking 
K W. Bowslaugh, Grimsby, Lincoln : 

Window Shade 
Geo. Clatworthy, Toronto, York: Munu's 

Sash Regulator 
George Colcott, Thorold, Welland : Scaf- 
fold, Extension 
William Wright, Alliston, Simcoe : Door, 
4 panel ; Sash, 10x12, 12 lights ; Sash, 
14x28, 4 lights ; Venetian Blinds, 1 pair 
Globe Lightning Co., London, Middlesex : 
Copper lightning Rods, Points, etc., 
specimens 
A. R. Scobie, Toronto, York : Universal 

Check Hinge 
Witlirow & Hillock, Toronto, York : 
Machine made Joiners' Work, assort- 
ment of 



CLASS liXV— Bookbinding, Printing, 
Paper, Penmanship, &c. 



Sec. 1 — Bookbinding, 
ment of 



Blank-book, assort- 



Davis & Henderson, Toronto, York 
Brown Bros., Toronto, York 
Adam Miller & Co., Toronto, York 
Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto, York 
Williani Warwick, Toronto, York 
Barber & Ellis, Toronto, York 
Copp, Clark & Co., Toronto, York 



Sec. 2 — Bookbindi/iig, Letter-press, assort- 
ment of 

Davis & Henderson, Toronto, York 
Brown Bros., Toronto, York 
Adam Miller & Co. , Toronto, York 
Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto^ York 
William Warwick, Toronto, York 
Barber & Ellis, Toronto, York 
G. Virtue, Toronto, York 
Copp, Clark & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 3 — Bookbinding, assortment of Cloth 
Cases 

Brown Bros., Toronto, York 
Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Letter-press Printing, Books and 
Pamphlets 

Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto, York 
G. Virtue, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Paper {Printing, Writing and 
Wrapping), 1 ream of each 
Thomas Taylor & Bros., Toronto, York 
Barber & Mlis, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Papers {Blotting and Coloured), 
1 ream of each 
Thomas Taylor & Bros., Toronto, York 
Barber & Ellis, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Permanship, business hand, with- 
out flourishes 
E. J. Zablocki, Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Penmanship, ornamental, not 
pen and ink jyictures 
E. J. Zablocki, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Pocket Books, Wallets, etc., an 
asswtment of 

Brown Bros. , Toronto, York 
Barber & Ellis, Toronto, York 
Copp, Clark & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Electrotypes, specimens of 

Fleming & Son, 11 Colbome st., Toronto, 

York 
Hunter, Rose & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Stereotypes, specimens of 
Fleming 4; Son, 11 Colbome st., Toronto, 

Yo> 
Huntei, Rose 4 Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 18— Extras 
Fleming &, Son, 11 Colbome st„ Toronto, 

York: Electrotype and Proof of Madonna, 

Combination Metal Furniture, Leads, 

Slugs, etc. 
Stevenson k Co. , Toronto, York : Rubber 

Stamps, Met^ Stamps, Adjustable 

Stencd 
Brown Bros., Toronto, York : Diaries, 

Albums, Folios, etc. 



mm 



Class LXV. 

ress, asaort- 

York 

York 
.York 
^ork 

York 

ent of Cloth 

;York 

, Books and 

>, York 

Writing ami 
each 

onto, York 
•k 

td Coloured), 

onto, York 
rk 

ss hand, mth- 

rk 

vmentai, not 

:k 

lets, etc., an 

rk 
York 

ens of 
St., Toronto, 

York 

IS of 
St., Toronto, 

3, York 

St., Toronto, 
{of Madonn», 
iture, Leads, 

ork : Rubber 
Adjustable 

rk : Diari«8, 



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C. S. Kenyon, Toronto, York : Hand 

Stamps 
Kilgour Bros., Toronto, York : Paper 

Bags, F]our Sacks 
James 0. Temple, Toronto, York : Show 

Cards, etc. 
Thomas Taylor & Bros., Toronto, York: 

assortment Hanging Papers, assortment^ 

Ham and Carpet Papers, assortment 

Grocers' Bags, assortment best Papers 

of all kinds 
J. Edwards, Toronto, York : Wall-paper 

Combination Screen 
R. Jellyman, Toronto, York : Paper Boxes 
St. Lawrence Card and Paper Company, 

Montreal, P. Q. (R. Carswell): Surface 

Paper, assortment ; Card-board and (Jut 

Canis, assortment 
Upper Canada Bible Society, Toronto, 

York : Bibles, assortment of 
St. Catharines Wood Pulp Company, St. 

Catharines, Lincoln : Wood Board and 

Pulp, collection of 
A. H. Nixon, Toronto, York : Show Cards, 

assortment of 
Barber & Ellis, Toronto, York : Envelopes, 

assortment of 
Hart & Rawlinson, Toronto, York : Case 

of Gold Pens ; Papyrograph ; Case of 

Books and Stationery 

CLASS LXVI— Chemical Manufactures, 
Pharmaceutical Preparations, &c. 

Sec. 1 — Chemicals, collection of 

J. J. Evans & Co., Toronto, York 
Lyman Bros. & Co., Toronto, York 
George Rice & Co., Montreal, P.Q. 

Sec. 2 — Pharmaceuticcd Preparations, col- ' 
lection 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Toronto, York 

H. Lugsden, Evans & Co., Montreal, P.Q. 

Sec. 3 — Petroleum Products, collection 

Samuel Rogers, Toronto, York 
McCoU Bros. & Co., Toronto. York 

Sec. 4 — Soaps, collection 

George D. Morse & Co. , Toronto, York 
A. Watts & Co., Brantford, Brant 

Sec. 5 — Soaps, Toilet, collection 
Garland & Rutherford, Hamilton, Went- 

worth 
George D. Morse & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Colws, ground in Oil 
James Robertson & Co. , Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — White Lead, ground in Oil, 
sample of 100 lbs. , and 25 lb. Keg, {Trade 

Packages) 
Elliot & Company, Toronto, York 
Lyman Bros., & Company, Torontp, York 



James Robertson & Co. , Toronto, York 
A. J. Somerville, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Linseed Oil, raw 
Elliot «fe Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Oil Cake, samples 
Elliot & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Essential OUs, collection 

E. H. Tallmadge & Co., 122 King Street, 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 14 — Lubricating OUs, cullection of 

Jesse Butler, Seaton Village, York 
George D. Morse & Co. , Toronto, York 
Samuel Rogers, Toronto, York 
McCoU Bros. & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Perfumery and Toilet requisites 
Gardiner & Rutherford, Hamilton, Went- 

worth 
H. Lugsden, Evans & Co., Montreal, P.Q. 

Sec. 16 — Printing Inks, assmim^nt black 
and colored 
J. J. Smith & Company, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Fluid Extracts of Medicinal 
Herbs, collection 

Lyman Brothers & Company, Toronto, 
York 

Sec. 18 — Medicinal Herbs, Boots, etc., of 
Canadian growth, collection 

Victor B. Hall, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19— Extras 

Judd Brothers Yeast Company, Windsor, 

Essex : Dry Hop Yeast 
E. H. Talmadge & Company, 122 King 

Street, Toronto, York : Essences, Fruit 

Essences, or Extracts 
Jesse Butler, St aton Village, York : Stove- 

Jipe Varnish, and brown and black 
apan ; sample Iron Grease Boxes 

Elliot & Company, Toronto, York : Pro- 
ducts of Linseed 

McKenzie, Musson & Company, Toronto, 
York : Assortment of Varnishes and 
Japans 

Thomas Gayton, Toronto, York : Chrysti- 
son's Animal & Vegetable Disinfectant 

Joseph Dilworth, Toronto, York : Derby 
Cattle Food, Old Country Cattle Footf, 
Durham Cream and Butter Maker 

John Lumbers, Toronto, York : Devon- 
shire Cattle Food 

G. T. Stickell, Toronto, York: Knife 
Polishmg Powder 

Martin Collett, Parkdale, York : Bisnl- 
phate of Lime, Bisulphate of Soda, Bug 
Killer, Sanitary Disinfectant 

James Robertson & Company, Toronto, 
if ork : Putty 



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Classes lxvii-lxix. 



A. J. Somerville, Toronto, York : Putty 
Jos. Campbell, Stratford, Perth : Medi- 
cine, &o 
A. Rataey, Toronto, York ; Coaline 
F. Pett k Company, Toronto, York : An- 

caster Mineral Water 
Hugh Miller & Company, Toronto, York : 

Proprietary Medicines 
C. M. Wintercorbyn, Toronto, York : 

Hair Restorer 
Thomas J. Mason, Toronto, York : Mag- 

neticon Belts, &c., assortment 
F. & J. Moses, Toronto, York : Stove 

Polish 
Alex. Notmon, Toronto, York : Holman 

Liver Pad Co.'s Remedies 
George Walton, Toronto, York : Lightning 

Eradicators 
H. Lugsden, Evans i, Co., Montreal, P.Q. : 

Lime Juice Preparations 

CL^S LXVIL— Philosophical and Surgical 
Instruments and Appliances 

Sec. 1 — Mathematical avd Engineering 
Instiru/ments 
Charles Potter, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — Optical Indrumenta 
Charles Potter, Toronto, York 

Sec. 3 — Chemical and Electrical Apparatus 
' Charles Potter, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Artificial Limbs 
James Authors, Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Trusses and Orthopedic Appliances 
James Authors, Toronto, York 
J. Y. Egan, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8. — Extras 
Holt & Co., Toronto, York, Telephone 
Dr. Boseburgh, Toronto, York i Telephones 

CLASS LXVIIL— Economic Minerals, and 
Industries relating thereto 

Sec. 1 — Iron Ores, Canadian Collection 

John Notman, Toronto, York 
Sec. 6 — Copper Ores, Canadian Collection 

John Notman, Toronto, York 

Prof. W. P. Wright, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 7 — Silver Ores, Canadian Collection 
John Notman, Toronto, York 
Phillip Nicoll, Shelbume, Grey 

Sec. 8 — Gold, AUuvial, oMdin Qtiartz,Can- 
adian Collection 
John Notman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Lead Ores, Canadian CoUeetion 
John Notman, Toronto, York 



Sec. 11 — Salt, 1 barrel coarse Canadian 

Stapleton Salt Works, Clinton, Huron 
A. J. Kingston, Warwick West, Lambton 

Sec. 12 — Salt, 1 barrel fine Candian 

Stapleton Salt Works, Clinton, Huron 
A. J. Kingston, Warwick West, Lambton 

Sec. 13 — Salt, 26 lbs. fine Table Canadian 
Stapleton Salt Works, Clinton, Huron 
George Rice & Co., Montreal, P. Q. 

Sec. 14 — Marbles, Canadian, one- surface 
polished 
P. T. Somerville, Amprior, Renfrew 

Sec. 18 — Gypsum, Native and Calcined 
(Plaster of Paris) 

W. H. Merritt, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
John Notman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19 — Phosphate of Lime, native col- 
lection of varieties 
John Notman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 22 — Plumbago, Canadian native 
John Notman, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Economic Minerals, Colhction 
(to comprise at least 50 specimeHS in 
case) 

John Notman, Toronto, York 
Harvey Brumell, Toronto, York 
J. B. Silcox, Toronto, York 

Sec. 25 — Extras 

George Manton, Toronto, York, Product 

of Quarry, Magnesium Limestone 
• Stapleton Salt Works, Clinton, Huron, Salt 

1 barrel factory filled 
Harvey Brumell, Toronto, York, Fossils, 

Collection of 
Andrew Mcllwraith, Listowel, Perth : 2 

Pairs CnrUng Stones 
J. S. Russell, Toronto, York: Curling 

Stones, assortment of 

CLASS LXIX— Natural History, Birds, 
Insects, Plants, Fish, &c. 

Sec. 1 — Birds, collection of Native, stuffed, 
icith common and scientific names 
attached 
T. K. Watson & Co., Toronto, York 
Rev. John Doel, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 2 — Birds, collection of Stuffed, of any 
country 

R. Bisbots, Toronto, York 

Sec. 3 — Insects, coUeeOon of Native, with 
common and scientific names attached 

J. Rosa, Toronto, York 
Wm. Brodie, Toronto, York 



II-LXIX. 



Class LXX. 



AUTHORIIBD CATALOOUB. 



6ft 



n.adicm 

Huron 
Lambton 

lion 
Huron 
, Lambton 

Canadutn 
Huron 
'. Q. 

ne- surface 

nfrew 

{ Calcindi 

, Lincoln 
native col- 
native 

Collection 
pecimetis in 



:, Product 
;one 
uron, Salt 

)rk, Fossils, 

Perth : 2 

k: Curling 

>ry, Birds, 

[C. 

iw, stuffed, 
\ijic names 

York 
>rk 

ffed, of any 



ative, with 
is attached 



8m. 7— JUbUttaea, coUecHvh of NaUw 
Land and Water Shells, with cotmHon 
arid aaeniifie names attached 
Wm. Brodie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — BeptUe*, eolleciion of, stuffnd or 
preserved in spirits, with common and 
scientific riames attached 

T. K, Watson & Co., Toronto, York 
Wm. Brodie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Plants, collection of Native, ar- 
ranged in their natural families and 
named 

Prof. W. P. Wri At, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Victor B. Hall, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Ferns, separate coUectioil, with 
common and scientific names attcuJied 
Prof. W. P. Wrighti Hamilton, Weiitworth 

Sec 13 — Fishes, living, collection ofi Food 
Fishes other than Salmon 
W. R. Manger, Toronto, York 

Sec. 14r—Fi^ies, Aquarium, and emiwhitof 
Ornamented 
W. R. Manger, Toroito, Yorit 

Sec. 16 — Exiras 

Victor B, Hall, Toronto, York: Orange 

dried, 36 yearn old 
E. W. White, Toronto, York: Stuflfed 

Birds 



CLASS LXX— Ladies' WoA: Lace, Em- 
broidery, Needlework, &c. 

Sec. 1 — Applique Work 

Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 

Mrs. S. Botrden, Brampt<m, Peel 

A. Weatherley^ Toronto, York 

Mrs. 6. R. Van Zant, Markham^ Yoric 

Mra. Doahe, Toronto, York 

Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 2 — Bead Work, Bracket 
Mrs. Robert Awde, Toronto, York 
Mrs. G. R. Van Zant; Markham, Yoric 
Mrs. N. J. Marsh, Clark&burg, Grey 
Mrs. F. M. Doty, Toronto, York 
Miss M. S. Mci)onald; Toronto, York 

Sec. 3-^Bead Work, Chaitaor Ottomnni 
Mrs. R. WiUoii Oftrltoui Davenport, York 

Sec. 5—ChenHk Work 

Miss Strickland, Oahawa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowdeu, Briunpton, Peel 
Mrs. Dideilon, Toronto, York 
Ma^e Mulqueen, Toronto, York 
Mils M. A. LandreTille, Toronto, York 
Miss Kirkwood, Toronto, York 



Sec 6—CrewelWmk 

Miss Strickland, OshAwa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Miss A. Strachan, Totboto, York 
Miss A. Miller, Toronto, York 
Miss M. 8. McDonald, Toronto, York 

Sec 7— Cushion, Sofa 

Clara Etta Notman, Toronto, York^ 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario ^ 
Mrs. A, Coopley, Torbnto, York 
Miss J. Thompson, Toronto, York 
Miss Beacham, Cambray, Victoria 
A. Weatherley, Toronto, York 
Miss L. Sniith, Toronto, York 
Sarah Wririit, Toronto, York 
Mrs Ellis, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Doane, Toronto, Yoi-k ' 
Mrs. Joseph French, Lansing, York 
Miss Katie Taylor, Toronto, York 
Miss E. F. Smith, Toronto, York 
Miss S. Johhiton, Toronto, York 
Mrs. J. H. Johnson, Toronto, York 
Miss M. S. McDonald, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Rowden, Bramptofa, Peel 

Sec. 8 — Cuaftion, Toilet 

Miss Strickland; Oshawa, OhtaJ^d 
Mrs. C. W. HiliemB, St. Catherines, tin- 
coin 
Mrs. G. R. Van Zant, Markhani, York 
Mrs W. J. Marsh, Clarksburgh, Gr^ 
Miss Bessie Parks, Waterdown, Went- 
worth. 
Miss L. Smith, Toronto, York 
Miss A. F. Rrunskill, Toronto, York '"• 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 
Miss E. F. Smith, Toronto, York 

Sec 9 — Crochet Work, in cotton, iidys 

Mrs. Bari-ett, 34 Lumley Street, Torotito 

York 
Clara Etta Nottnah, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Robert Awde, Toronto. York (2> *' . 
Lizzie Wilson, Toronto, York (3) 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. James Knox, Belleville, Hastingi >'. . 
Miss A. McQueen, Toronto, Yorit 
Miss Beacham, Cambray, Victoria 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Mrs. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, York 
Miss Sarah J. Parks, WaterdoWn, Went- 
worth 
Mrs. F. W. Doty, Toronto, York 
Robert Fishor, Concord, York 
Mrs. Robert Harris, Carlton West, York 
Mrs. Bland, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Chittenden, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Boculs, Ringwood, York 
Miss M. M. Disher, St. GathttiMk, Lia^ 

coin 
Mrs.. J. G. Beard, Toronto, York 
Misa Downey, Toronto, York 
Mrs. A. F. DVyer, Torohio, York ' 
Miss E. M. White, Toronto, York' ' 



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Class LZX. 



Miss G. Johnson, York Milb, York 
S»r»h Lappin, Brookton, York 

See. 11 — Darning, heat gpecimen 

Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mn.L. S. Lundy, Dmnunondville, Welland 
Mrs. S. Bowdeu, Brampton, Peel 
Miss Bessie Parks, Waterdown, Went- 

worth 
Mrs. Rolf Gamer, Box 40, Dmmmond- 

ville, Welland 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill , Peel 
Miss Olendinning, Watford, Lambton 
Mrs. J. Cnthbertson, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Breuls, Rinswood, York 
Miss Tracy, Lamoton Mills, York 

Sec. 12 — Embroidery in Muslin 
Mrs. Lemine, Toronto, York 
Miss Armstrong, Toronto, York 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. J. Cnthbertson, Toronto, York 
Miss A. Miller, Toronto, York 
Miss Kirkwood, Toronto, York 
Mrs. J. H. Johnson. Toronto, York 
Mrs. D. P. Ross, Toronto, York 
Miss Nellie Kennedy, Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Embroidery in SUk 
Miss Armstrong, Toronto, York 
Miss M. A. Evans, Orillia, Simcoe 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Miss Yeaxlee, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. Didelon, Toronto, York (2) 
Miss Hore, Ingersoll, Oxford 
Mrs. J Cnthbertson, Toronto, York 
Mrs.*Elli8, Toronto, York 
Miss A Miller, Toronto, York 
Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 14 — Embroidery in Worsted 

Ada Nicoll, Shelbume, Grey 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. W. J. Marsh, Clarksburgh, Grey 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. William Lea, Toronto, York 
Mrs. J. Cnthbertson, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 
Mrs. M. Scales, Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Embroidery, Bom^in 

Ada NicoU, Shelbume, Grey 

Mrs. Doan, Toronto, York 

MiiM Beaaie Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Fancy Work, any kind, for chil- 
dren under 12 years of age 

Miss I. R. E. Thompson, Toronto, York 
Miss Jean Hendrie, Toronto, York 
Miss Brazill, Bond Head, Simcoe 



Mrs. M. E. Gamer, Drommondville, Wel- 
land 

Miss Bertie Bymal, Waterdown, Went- 
worth 

Miss E. M. White, Toronto, York 

Mito C, Rogers, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Fancy Tforkj best coUection of, 
not less than 8 varieties 

Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — Chivpure Work 

Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontari» 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Miss A. F. Branskill, Toronto, York 
Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 19 — Lace, Moniton 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Carrie E. Simpson, Toronto, York 
C. E. H. Holmes, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. R. 0. Miller, Chatham, Kent 
Miss Olendinning, Watford, Lambton 
Anna Potter, Toronto, York 
Mrs. John Laidlaw, Toronto, York 
John W. Manley, Toronto, York 
Mary M. Disher, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Miss Ettie Taylor, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Glover, Parkdale, York 
Mrs. A. Steer, Toronto, York 
Mrs. F. A. Rodden, Toronto, York 
Miss Nellie Kennedy, Toionto, York 
Mrs. G. B. Robarts, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 20 — Imcc, Point 

M. E. Small, Toronto, York 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Miss Beacham, Cambray, Victoria 
Miss Jean Galbraith, Bowmanville, Dorbam 
C. E. H. Hohnes, Yorkville, York 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. R. O. Miller, Chatham, Kent 
Amelia Paul, Mealord, Grey (2) 
Miss A. F. Branskill, Toronto, York 
Mary M. Disher, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Mrs, Glover, Parkdale, York 
Mrs; A. Steer, Toronto, York 
Mrs. F. A. Rodden, Toronto, York 
Miss M. S. McDonald, Toronto, York 
Mrs. G. B, Robarts, Yorkville, York 
Margaret McLaren, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 21 — Lace, Twine 

Mrs. James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Miss Jean Galbraith, Bowmanville. Durham 
Carrie E. Simpson, Toronto, York 
Mrs. John Lai'^Uw, Toronto, York 



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Claas Lzx. 



AUTHORIZED CATALOOUK. 



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, York 
-. York ^ 
. Wentworth 



iHastinga 

ille, Ontario 
iriUe.Darbara 
[ork 

I York 



Mn. Glover, Parkdale, York 
Miu M. Jeakins, Toronto, York 
Miaa £. Marrill, Toronto, York 
Mra. J. H. Johnson, Toronto, York 
Mn. F. P. Hammond, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Robert Maule, Toronto, York 

Sec. 22 — Lace, any other kind 

Mary Stanton, MiUbrook, Dnrham 
Miss Strickland, Osbawa, Ontario 
Mrs. James Knox, 'fieUevillc, Hastings 
Elizabeth Choate, YngersoU, Oxford 
Miss Cormack, Toronto, York 
Mrs. O. B. Robarts, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 23 — Lamp Mat 

Ada Nicoll, Shelbume, Grey 

Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 

Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptvillc, Ontario 

Mrs. G. R. Van Zant, Markbam, York 

Mrs. F. W. Doty, Toronto, York 

Miss M. Fox, Toronto, York. 

Miss Bessie Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Leather Work, ornamental 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Mrs. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, York 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 

Sec. 26 — Machine Seioing, family 
Mrs. Roche, Don Mount, York 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Miss M. Fox, Toronto, York 
Mrs. F. P. Hammond, Toronto, Yorii 
Miss Tracy, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 27 — Netting, fancy 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Mrs. C. W. Hillems, St Catharines, Lin- 
coln 
Liiiizie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Miss L. Smith, Toronto, York 
Miss Annie F. BrunskiU, Toronto, York 

Sec. 28 — Slippers, in worsted or nUc 

Ada Nicoll, Shelbume, Grey 

Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 

Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 

Mrs. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, York 

Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 

Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 

Mrs. R. Wilson Carlton, Davenport, York 

Mrs. A. Miller, Toronto, York 

Miss Tracy, Lunbton Mills, Yoik 

Sec. 29 — Serving, plain, children under 12 
years of age 

Miss H. F. Elliot, Orillia, Simcoe 

Mrs. M. E. Gamer, Drummondville, Wei- 

land 
Susannah Brown, Mimico, York 

I Sec. 30— (Sewmgr, plain, by hand 
Miss M. A. Evans, Orillia, Simcoe 
Mrs. L. S. Landy, Dmmmondville, Wei* 
Uad 



Mrs. James Knox, Belleville, Hastings 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. F. P. Hammond, Toronto, York 
Miss Tracy, Lambton MiUs, do - 

Sec. 31 — Shirt, man's, hand made 
Miss M. A. Evans, Orillia, Simcoe 
Mrs. L. S. Lundy, Dranunondville, Wel- 

land 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Miss Sarah J. Paru, Waterdown, Went^ 

worth 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. Geonra Tye, Brampton, Peel 
Mary H. Disher, St. Catharines, Lincoln 
Miss Tracy, Lambton Mills, York 

Sec. 32 — Shirt, man's, machine made 

Annie Curran, Toronto, York 

Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 

Miss Sarah J. Parks, Waterdown, Went'- 

worth 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. Beuls, Ringwood, York 
Miss Tracy, Lambton Mills, York . 

Sec. S3— Shell Basket 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York 

Sec. 36— Tatting 

Katie Smith, Toronto, York 
Miss Beaoham, Gambray, Victoria 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Mrs. C. W. Hillems, St. Catharines, Lin- 
coln 
Miss Bessie Parks, Waterdown? Went- 
worth 
Miss Sarah J. Parks, Waterdown, Went- 
worth 
Mrs. B. Wilson Carlton, Davenport, York 

Sec. 3^— Work Basket 
Mrs. J. M. Harding,' Kemptville, Ontario 

Sec. 37— Extras 
M. A. Rush, Toronto, York : Picture 

Bayeux Tapistry, "Mary Queen of 

Scots." 
Mrs. Matthews, Toronto, York : Prince 

Mason's Gold Embroidered Apron 
Angerona Beswetherick». Toronto, York : 

Card Basket, wool 
Mary M. Peniston, Toronto, York : Chair 

Cover, in bead work 
Miss M. A. EvanSj^Orillia, Simcoe : Paint-. 

ing on Silk 
Ada Nicoll, Shelbume, Grey : Fancy Mat 
Emily Burrows-, Toronto, York : Trees 

and Animals cut with scissors 
Miss Armstrong, Toronto, York: Jacket 

Braided with Gold 
MissBondidier, Toronto, York: Shoulder 

Braeee, ladiee 
Mrs. H. H. Martin, Tonmto, York : Anti- 
macassar, netted toilet set 



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-Mia* Hughe», Toronto, York : Sof i Corer, 

' AntinuusBHairi' 

Mra. C. Barrett, Don Mount, Ttork ; Em- 
bhiidery in TtHne , 

Mrs. J. M. Hardinr, Kiemptville, Oatario : 
Bead Work, Embroidered Skirt 

A. Weatherley; Toronto, York s Handker- 
chief Cawi 

H. Hnwell, Oodcrich, Huron : Dreaa- 
maker's Cliart. 
• Mrs. Alfred Piddingtm, Toronto, York: 
CAae Doll Dreisiiv 

Mrs. G. B. Robarts, YOTkville, York: 
Drapery fdr Table 

Mrs. <3«oi:g« Arthurs, YorkiriUe, York: 
Painting on Satin (2) 

Mias Jean Galbraith', BowmanriUe, Dur- 
ham : Cretonne Work 

Miss Lailey, Toronto, York : Eihbroidiery 
in Fine Cotton 

Misses M. & L. Northey, Harvey Hill 
Mines, Mi^antic^ Bnadtng 

Mrs. F. W. Doty, Toronto, York : Toilet 
Set in Beted Work. 

Mrs. J. Chthbertson, Toronto, York; 
Linen and Labe Handkerchief 

Mrs. Doane, 'toronto, York : Stamping for 
Embroidery 

Mary M. Distier, St. Catharines, Lincoln : 
Crochet Cotton Lace 

Mrs. Kate S. Ferrell, Toronto, York: 
Fancy Bustic Tripod 

Miss Meadows, Toronto, York : Mottoes in 
Silk and Cardboard 

Mrs. J. M. Reid, Toronto, York : Anti- 
macassiur . ' 

Miss C. Johnson, York Mills, York : 
Crochet Work in I^ce- 

Miss E. F. Smith, Toronto, York ; Em- 
broidered-Net Bribcket 

Miss Bessie Brown, Toronto, York : Illu- 
minated Lace Bracket, Btttided Net 
Bracket; Wool Tidy 

Miss Muttlebury, Toronto, York : Crochet 
Work in Wool 

Miss Givins,^ Toronto, York: Crochet 
Work in Wobl, shawl 

Jessie Morrow, Toronto, York : Toilet Set, 
PItticyWork 

CLASS LXXI— Ladies Work (continued) 
Wax Work, Berlin Wool Work, Flowers, 
Knitting, &c. 

Sdc. 1 — A;ff\ihan Carriage 

Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, V'wH 

Sarah WrifAt 

Mrs. P. P.THatomond, Toronto, Ymrk 

Sec. 2— JBerKh Wool Work, for ^mvng 
Frederick Hill, 21 Sfcitford St., Torcmto, 

York ■ ' ' ^^ ■'■ ■ ■• ■■ ■ 
Mrs. B. Combe, Kincardine. Bmoe 
Mrs. Robert Awde, Tobato, York (9) 
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Miss M. A. OU, Seaton Village, York 
Mrs. Robert Mamie, Tbronto, York 
Mrs. W. J. Marshi d&l-kibnit, Grey 
Miss ContiaU; Torttoto^ Yotk 

Mn*jrWriBh% 

Sarah WV^t, 

Mrs. William Cable, Tofynto, York 

Mrs. EUis, TMOntb, dv 

Mra. R. Wilson Ckriton, Darvenport, d» 

Sec. ^—BifrOn Wool Wtyrk, fumd 
Miss Strickland, OshAwa, Ontario 
Mary Annie McManna, Montreal, P, Q 
Mrs. J. P. Hart, Don Mount, York 
Lizzie McVean, Woodhill, Peel 
Mrs. DideloD, Toronto, York 

Mrs. Ellis, Toronto^ do 

Sarah lAppiB, Bwektini do 

Sec. A—CownUrptmes, domedic wove 
Mrs. Breuls, Ringwobd, York 

Sec, 5 — CowUerpanei, crotchet 
Leary Hancock, Toronto, York 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, KemptviUe, Oataorio 
Jane Elliot, Aginoourt, York 
Rob^ Usher, Concord, do 
Mrs. i . Q, BeaJrd, Tortmto, do 
Mrs. 0. R. Jacobi, do do 

Sec. 6 — CoiivtUrpanes, Jnnited 
Mrs. J. M. .dar^iiu;, Kemptville, (^itario 
Mrs. C. W, Hiltoms, St. Cathwinm, 

Lincoln 
Mrs. M. L. Graham, Toronto, York 
Mrs. 0. U. Jacobi, do do 

Sec. 7 — Pancy Jar 

Mrs. R. Wilson Carltcni, Davenport, York 
Miss Bessie Browta, Toronto, do 

Sec. 8 — Flowers, in Feathers 
Mrs. J. L. Muldoon, TorMito, York 

Sec. 9 — Flowers, in paper 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. W. Toole, Toronto, York (2) 
Mrs. P. M. M^FarUne, ToroAto, York 
Mrs. G. R. Van Zuit, Markham. Yoirk 

Sec. 10— flair Flowers 

Clara Etta Notmiln, Toronto, York 
Miss Strickland, Otdiawa, Ontario 

Sec. 11 — Bair Jewellery 

W. 0. littleford, Toronto, York 
Misa Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. 12 — KnittiTig, fancy 
Mrs. S. Bowden, Brampton, Ptel 
EUiabeth. OhoatO), IngersoU, Oxford 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, (^tario 
Mrs. C. W. HilUkAs, St. Catharines, 
Lincoln - 

Sec. 13— Ladies Botynets (best collection) 
Mils, A. Stephena, To^to, York 
Robert Walker & Sons, Toronto, York 



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Sea 14 — Ladies ManUeSf colUelioH ojf 
Robert Walker k Pobb, Toronto, York 

fiec. I&-M0M Wori 

Mra. G. R. Van Zaot, ifarUum, York 
Elica J. Irwin, Newmarket, do 

Sec. 16— Plait for BotmeU or HaU, of 
Canadian straw 

Mrs. J. M. Hardiag, Kemptville, Ontario 
Mrs. George Lye, Brampton, Peel 

Sec. 17 — Quilt, cotton^ patchwork 

Miss Striokland, Oa)iava, Ontario 

Mrs. C. W. Hillenu, St. Cathariaea, 

Lincoln 
Mrs. W. F. McDonald, Toronto, York 
Ann Bumi, Yorkville, York 

Miss M. Fo^ Toronto, do 

Miss Lizxie McGajfray, Toronto^ 4o 
Miss Salmond, Toronto, do 

Mrs. William Cullen, Toronto, 4o 

Sec. Ifi-^QitiUf cloth, patchwork 

F. Hall k SonToronto, York« 

G. McGloakey, T<»onto, Ymk . 

Mn. M. EL Gamer, Dronunoadville, 

Welland 
Mra. Georee Lye, Brampton, Feel 
Miss M. P^x, Toronto, York 

• Mrs. Bland, Toroato, do 

Mrs. R. Wilson Carlton, Davenport^ do 
Mrs. Brenls, Riqgwood, do 

Mrs. Colby, Toronto, do 

Mrs. M. Dohoney, Toronto, do 

8ec 19 — QuUt, nZfc, patchwork , 
Mrs. Jos. Tamworth, Toronto, York 
Mrs. A. Coopley, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Rebecca Clark, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Amelia faul, Meaford, Grey 
Mrs. F. W. Doty, Toronto, York 

Sec. 20— iiour Carpet 

T. HaU & Son, Toronto, York 
Mrs. L. S. Lmidy, DrummondviQe, Wel- 
land 
Mrs. R. Garner, Drummondville, Welland 
Miss Glendinning, Waiford, Lambton 
Mrs. Watts, Toronto, York 

Sec 21— Ba^ Mat 

Mrs. Morris Carter, Lambton Mills, Ywk 
M*B. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 
Mrs. Eliza Hare, Toronto, York 
Mr*. L. Si. Lundy, Drummondville, Wel- 
land 
Mrs. John Laidlaw, Tpronto, Yor^ 
Mrs. filand, Toronto, York 

Sec 22— Seed Wreath 

Mrs. Amelia Carroll, Toronto, York' 
Miss EmniA Stennett, Yorkville, York 



Sao. 23— Skeletonized Leanu -. .. . 

Miss J. Oalbraith, Bowmanville, Durham 
'Mrs. J. Fleming, Toronto, York 
Mra. Ellis, Toronto, York 

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Sea 24 — S^irte or Drawen, Knitted^ hand 
made 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mrs. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 

S^ 26 — Sodcif Fancy, for children 

Mn. S. Bovtlen, Brampton, Peel 

Miss S. J. Parks, Waterdowi^ Wentvorth 

Sec. 26 — Soeke, knit by hq,nd, 3 pairs 
Mr*. J. M. Harding, Kempt^ulle, Ontario 
Mrs. C. W. Hillema, St Catharines, Lin- 
coln 
Miss Schreiber, Deer Park, York 

Sea 27 — Stopkingt, h^it by hand, 3 pairg 

. Miea Strickland, Oshawa, Ontario 
Mra. C. W. Uiaema, St Catharine*, Lin- 
coln 

Sea 28 — Stockings or Socks knit by a glri 
undef H2 year* of age 

Mra. M. E. Gamer, Drummondville, Wei- 
bad 

S^. 29-^IFaas Work, orNa9i«n<<i< 
M. A. Rush, Toronto, York 
Mrs. W. G. Inman, Toronto, York 
Mrs. G. R. VanZant, Markham, York 
Mist T. Thompson, Toronto, York 

Sea 30— TFoa Work, Flowers 
Ada NiohoU, Shelbutme, Grey f2) 
Mra. W. G. Inman, Torouto, York 
Ad» Flett, Torontot York 
Mra G. R. Van Zaat, Markham, York 
Miss Connell, Toronto, do. 

Miss Menagh, Toront(^ do. 

Mra. Doane, Toronto, do. 

Mn. Oliver, YorkWUe, do, 

Mn. A. F. Dwyer, Toronto, do. 

Sea 31— Wax Work, Fruit 
Mn. W. G. Inman, Toronto, York 
Mra. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, Yofk 
Mra. Elljs, Toronto, York ^^^ 

Sec. 33 — Wax Work, Canadian Auiwnn 
Leaves 
Mra. W. G. Inman, Toronto, York 
Miss J. Galbraith, BowmanviDe, Dniham 
Mn. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, York 
Miss Menagh, Toronto, York 

^. 34r— Woollen Mittens, S pairs 
Mn. J. M. Harding, Kemptville, Ontario 

Sec. S^WoolUn CHqdcs, 3 paifs 
Miss Strickland, Oshawa^ Ontario 



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8©c. 36— iBxfrflw 
Mrs. I). Comb«, Kincwdine, Bruoa : Lam- 

brequina, Oil uid Berlin Wool Pioturv, 

Berlin Hearth Rug 
Mrs. 81oan. Toronto, York : Quilted Qnilt, 

white 
Mra. Robert Awde, Toronto, York : Foot 

Stool, in velvet; Berlin Woolwork 

Hearth Rug 
W. 0. Littleford, Toronto, York : Memen- 
tos in Hair 
Miaa Htrickland, Oshawa, Ontario : Braid- 
ing, Breakfast Shawl in Crotchet ; 

Fancy Ties, Ornamental Table Covers 
Mrs. L. S. Lundy, Drummondville, Wei- 

land : Rag Counterpane 
Miss B. McQueen, Toronto, York : White 

Quilted Quilt 
Miss Sarah Watson, Maltou, Peel : Hair 

Wreath 
Miss T. Thompson, Toronto, York : Easy 

Chair, wool and black cloth Ottoman 
Mrs. J. P. Hart, Don Mount, York: 

Original Flower and Seed Work 
Miss Mary S. Davidson, Toronto, York : 

Turkish Rug made from Tapestry Car- 
pet ; Embroidered Sofa Afehan 
Mrs. Shomey,- Toronto, Yoni: Parisian 

Dressmaker's Formula 
Miss J. Galbraith, Bowmanville, Duriiam, 

Bleached Ferns ; Spatter Work 
Mra. G. R. Van Zant, Markham, York: 

Wax Shells ; Wax LiUies ; Cone Work ; 

Tea Cosey 
Miss Yeaxfee, Toronto, York: Model of 

Grave 
Miss Glendinning, Watford, Lambton: 

Crochet Work m Wool 
Mrs. Didelon, Toronto, York: Braided 

Bracket 
Mra. L. S. Lundy, Drummondville, Wel- 

land : Rag carpet for hall (woollen warp); 

Rag Carpet for Stairs 
Master Willie Turner, Toronto, York: 

Watch Guard 
Mra. John Laidlaw, Toronto, York: Braid- 
ing on Cotton 
Agnes Tryon, Toronto, York : Collection 

of Buttons 
Miss Salmond, Toronto, York : Quilt 

Crochet ; Antimacassan ; Crochet Col- 
lars 
Mra. A. Price, Toronto, York: Bonnet 

Flowers and Feathers 
Miss Ettie Taylor, Toronto, York : ft^cket 

of Crape and Tapestry 
Jane Gould, Toronto, York : Mottoea in 

Wool Work 
Mra. Kate S. Ferrell, Toronto, Yo]^: 

Antimacassar 
Mra. J. M. Reid, Toronto, York: Air 

Castle, Set Ladies' Underclothing 
John W. Smith, Toronto, York : Bannera 

of War, in wool, framed ; Ship, in wool, 

framed 



E. S. Coutellier, Toronto, York : Ostriob 

Feathers, all ooloun 
Miss Emma Stennett, Yorkvillo, York 

Bouquet of Flowera, in wool (2) 
Miaa Agnes McNamma, Toronto, York 

Chftir, wool work 
Mn. P. M. Hammond, Toronto, York 

Knitted Peraian Mat 



CLASS LXXII — Groceries & Provision* 

Sec, 1— Barley, Pearl, 25 Iba 

Charlea Russell, Claremont, Ontario 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 
Ramage & Veitch, Chesley, Bruce 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2— Barky, Pot 

Charles Russell, Claremont, Ontario 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 
Ramage tc Veitch, Chesley, Bruce 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York 

Sec. 3— Barley Flour 

Charles RnsseD, Claremont, Ontarie 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 
Sec. 4 — Biacuits, collection af 
Christie, Brown k Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 5 — Bottled Fruit, astortment, Cana- 
dian manufactured for sale 

Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Scarboro' Junction^ 
York 

Sec. 7 — Buckwheat Flour, 25 lbs. 
Charles Russell, Claremont, Ontaria 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Candies 
W. B. Geare, BrockviUe, Leeds 
Edward Lawson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Canrted Meats, asaortment 
libby, McNeill & Libby, Montreal, P. Q-. 

Sec. 10 — Coffee and Spicet, asaortment 

Todhunter, Mitchell & Co., Toronto, York 
R Vaude Carr, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 — Chicory, Prepared, 20 Ibt. 
Todhunter, Mitchell tc Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Indian Com Meal, 25 lbs. 

Charles Russell, Claremont, Ontaria 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Oatmeal, Standaxd, 25 Iba^ 

Charles Russell, Claremont, Ontario 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 
Ramage & Veitch, Chesley, Bruce 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — Sauces for Table Uae,aMorimwni, 
mimufactured for acUe 
Garrod & Co., Toronto^ York 



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8eo. 20— Wheat Flour, 60 lb: 

Oharlei Ruuell, Claremont, Ontario 
W. H. Knowlton, Toronto, York (2) 
Oitisena' MilJing Co., Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 27— Washing Cry$tal 
Qoorge D. Morse k Co., Toronto, York 

aSuo. 2S— Extras 

Todhunter, Mitchell & Co., Toronto, York, 
Muatard assortment ; Chocolate assort- 
ment 

K. H. TallmatlgeftCo., 122 King St. West, 
Toronto, York, Essences for (Grocers 

John Wright, Owen Sound : Orey Oatmeal 
Granulated ; Glasgow Rose Mkal 

Anderson ft Co., Toronto, York, Self- 
raising Taper, Extra Flour ; Self-raising 
Graham, bxtra Flour ; Self-raising Buck- 
wheat, Extra Flour ; Self-raising Com 
Meal, Extra Flour 

John D. Nasmith, Toronto, York, Cocoa- 
nut Jumbles ; Sugar Jumbles ; Plain 
Jumbles ; Spice Jumbles ; Cocoanut 
Drops ; Nonpareil Drops ; Cream Drops ; 
Fruit Drops ; Ginger Snaps ; Butter 
Scotch ; Holmes Mixed Drops ; Maca- 
roon Drops ; Ratafia Drops ; Finger 
Drops ; Strawberry Jumbles ; Honey 
Cakes ; Lemon Drops 

Dingman, Stickney 4 Co., Toronto, York, 
Jacoby's Self Shining Stove Polish ; 
Prepared Boneless Herring ; Patch Blue ; 
Baking Powder ; Prepared Chocolate 

W. W. Park k Co., Toronto, York, 6 
Samples of Vinegar ; 1 Sample Methy- 
latea Spirits 

John Webb, Toronto, York Wedding 
Cake (4) 

McDonald, Davies t Co., Toronto, York, 
Grocers' Canisters and Tea Chests 

H. W. Booth, St. Thomas, Elgin, Kaoka 

W. Lunen tc Son, Sorel, Richelieu, P. Q., 
Original Baking Powder ; Princess Bak- 
ing Powder 

G. D. Morse & Co., Toronto, York, Soap 
House, Soaps, assortment of 

W. P. Despard, Picton, P. E. Co., Ales, 
ftc. Casks and Bottles; Lager, Casks 
and Bottles ; Weiss' Beer, 6 Bottles 

Health Food Agency, Toronto, York : 
Health Food, assortment of 

CKeefe & Co., Toronto, York : Ales, 
Lager Beer, &c., assortment of 

Edward Lawson, Toronto, York : Wed- 
ding Cakes, assortment of 

Thomas Davies & Co., Toronto, York : 
Ales, Beer, and Lager, &c., assortment 
of 

Maltby, perW. C. Lawson, Toronto, York: 
Prepared Cocoanut 



GLASS LXXIII.— Honey, Sugar, BMjon.Ac. 

Seo. 1 — Uoney in the Comb, not Use than 
10 lbs. 

A. J. MacKay, Underwood, Bruce 
Robert W. Thompson, EUesmere, York 
Abraham Hoover, Elia, York 
Philip Nicoll, Sholbume, Grey 
William McEvoy, Woodbum, Wentworth 
John McEvoy, Woodbum, Wentworth 
Matthew Richardson, Port Colborae, Wet- 
land 
F. H. H. Davidson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — Honey, jar of, clear 

A. J. MacKay, Underwood, Bruce 
Abraham Hoover, Elia, York 
Philip Nicoll, Shelburae, Orey 
William McEvoy, Woodbum, Wentworth 
John McEvoy, Woodbum, Wentworth 
Mathew Richardson, Port Colborae, Wol- 
land 

Sec. 7 — Side of Cured Bacon 
Jas. Park, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Ham,, (hired • 

Jas. Park, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Extras 

W. J. Bird, Toronto, York : Salt RoUed 
Beef 

Matthew Richardson, Port Colbome, Wet- 
land : Two Story Bee Hive, Double 
Bee Hive for winter. Honey Extractor, 
Wax Extractor, Bee Smoker, Artificial 
Honey Comb Foundation 

Jas. Park, Toronto, York : Spiced Bacon ; 
Preserved Meats, assortment of ; Spioed 
Beef 

CLASS LXXIV— Tobacco and Cigars 

Sec. 1—Beat 10 or 20 Ihs. Plug or Twwi 
Smoking Tobacco 

Joab Scales, & Co., Toronto, York 
James Leslie, Eglington, York 

Sec. 2— Best 10 or 20 U)8. Plug or Twid 
Chewing Tobacco 

Joab Scales &, Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 3— Best 10 or 20 lbs. Fine Cut Smok- 
ing Tobacco 

Joab Scales & Co., Toronto, York 
J. E. Saxton, per Peniston & Langary, 
Toronto, York 

Sec 4t—Best 10 or 20 lbs. Fine Cut Chewing. 
Tobacco 
Joab Scales k Co., Toronto, York 
J. E. Saxton, per Peniston k Langwy,. 
Toronto, York 



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of Smoking Tobtuco 

Juab Scales & Co., Toronto, York 

Sec b — Bed display of Style and Qvalities 
of d^wirtg Tobacco 

Joab Scales k Co., Toronto, York 
J, E. Saxton, per Peniston &, Liangary, 
Torocto, York 



Sec. 8 — Best assortment of Domestic Cigars, 
qMorted sizes, not leu than 10 boxes 
Toronto Co. of Cigar Manufacturing Abso- 

ciation, Toronto, York 
Spillinj^ Bros., Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — l^xtraa 

F. A. E. Cohen, Toronto, York : Model 
Cigar Factory in Cigaretteq 

J. Rattray & Ci).^ Montreal, P. Q, : Assort- 
ment of Domestic Cigarettes, Design of 
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HORSES. 

CLASS I— Thorough-bred HorRCH 

Sec. 1 — Thorovgh-bred Stallions, 4 years old 
and upw irdu 
William Hendrie, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 2 — Stallions, 3 yearn old 

John White, Milton, Haltou 
Sec. ii— Stallion, 2 yars old 

John White, Milton, Halton 

Dr. Smith, Toronto, York (2) 

R. R. Pringle, Cobourg 

Sec. 4 — Mare or Gelding, 4 year's old and 
upwards 
Robert Wiisor Davenport, York 
John White, l^dton, Ha'ton 
Andrew .* nith, Toronto, York (3) 

Sec. 5 — Yearling Colt 

Robert Wilson, Davenport, York 
John White, Milton, Halton 
Sec. 6 — Stallion of any age 

V illiam Hendrie. Hamilton, Wentworth 
M. Burgess, Woodstock, Oxford 
Nelson Uates, Highland 'Jreek, York 
Audersor & ricOlellaiid, Hornby, Halton 
John White, Milton, Hn'ton (i>) 
Frank H inderson, Bowmanville, Durham 
R. R. Pringle, Cobourg 

Sec. 8 — Filly, 2 years old 

John White, Milton, Halton 
Sec. 9 - Year'ing Filly 

John White, Milton, Halton 
Sec. 10— Brood Mare, with Foal by her side 

James Lawrio, Malvern, York 

John White, Milton, Halton (2) 

CLASS II— Rojwlstor Horses, for driviug or 
the saddle, 15^^ haads and under 

Sflc. I — Stallions, 4 years old and uptoards 
J. Holdernesa, Toronto, Yo.-'i 
H, Cooper, York Mills, York 



R. H. Defrie?, Toronto, York 
William Hendrie, Hamilton, Wentworth 
(ieorge E. Stotts, Goderich, Huron 
Charles McBride, York Mills, York 

Sec. 2 — Scullion, 3 years old 

W. H Conant, Oshawa, Ontario 
John B. Carpenter, Whitby, (Jntario 

Sec. 3 — Stallion, 2 years old 

Robert Cheyne, Toronto, York 
A. Henderson, Toronto. York 

Sec. 5— Stallion of any age 

J. Holderness, Toronto, York 
H. Cooper, York Mills, York 
Hobert Cheyne, Toronto, York 
A. Henderson, Toronto, York 
R. H. Defries, Toronto, York 
W. H. Conant, Toronto, York 
Jolwi B. Carpanier. Whitby, Ontario 
William Hen 'rie, Hamilton, Wentworth 
George E. Stotts, Goderich, Huron 

Sec. 8— Yearling Filly 

P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec 9 — Brood Mare, withfonl by her sidt 
Simon Shunk, Edgely, York 
William Hendrie, Hamilton, Wentwortl) 
P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 10 — Pair of Matched Horses (geldings or 
mares) in harness 

Hon. D. L. McPherson, Chestnut Park. 

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Williai'. Mackie, Port Hope 

Sec. 11 — Siwjle Horse, (gelding or mare) in 
harness. 

John Kemp, Yorkville. York 

U. H. Davies, (Brev/ery) Toronto, York 

John Hogan, King, York 

T. Hodgson, V. S., Toronto, York 

James McQuarrie, Caledon, Peel 

James Frawley, Toronto, York 

Meil McLwui, Toronto, York 



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John Crozier, Orangeville, Wellington 

A. Galanaugh, Thornhill, York 

A. Knight, Toronto, York 

L. M. Livingstone, Toronto, York 

CLASS III — Carriage Horses, animals 3 
year's old and upwards, to be over 15J 
hands. 

Sec. 1 — Stallion, 4 yeara old. and upivards 
Robert Cheyne, Toronto, York 
Isreal Eby, Tavistock, Pert'i 
John Hartley, Zimmerman, Halton 
Henry Cooper, York Mills, York 

Sec. 2 — Stallion, 3 years old 
J. J. Davies, Daviesville, York 
R. S. Lightfoot, Campbell's Cross, Peel 

Sec. 4 — Yearling Colt 

D. 4; A. McDonald, Vellora, York 
Thomas Blanchard, Uppleby, Halton 

Sec. 5 — Stallions of any age 
J. J. Davies, Daviesville, York 
Israel Eby, 'Tavistock, Perth 
K. S. Lightfoot, Campbell's Cross, Peel 
John Hartlej , Zimmerman, Halton 
Thomas Blanchard, Uppleby, Halton 

Sec. 6 — Pair Matched Carriage Horses {marts 
or geldings), not less than 16 hand^ 
W. W. Butcher. Toronto, York 
P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 
N . McConuell & Co. , Toronto, York 
Levi Skelton, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 7 — Pah' Matched Carriage Horses, not 
less than 15^ and not over 16 hands 
W. Christie, Toronto, York 
John Devanney, St. (yatharines, Lincoln 
J. Holderness, Toror.to, York 
Martin <^)88in, jr., Aberfoyle, Wellington 
Jos. Walker of R. Walker &, Sons, Toronto, 
York 

Sec. 8 — Carriage Filly, 3 yexirs old 
R. H. Defries, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Singk Carriage Horse (gelding or 
mare), in harnem 

B. W. (Jlarke. Downsview, York 
John Langstaif Laugstaff, York 
James i.Awrie, Malvern, York 
John Hogan, King, York 

W. J. Hunter, Brampton, Peel 
William Dudley, Toronto, York 

C. W. Armstrong, Derry West, Peel 
C. Harrison, Lansing, York 
Massey Mfg Co., Toronto, York 
John C. McCarty, Newma'ket, York 
Henry Russell, W«iton, YorK 

Sec. 13 — Saddle Hormi (geldijui or mare) not 
oi)er 16 hanas 
J. Grand, Toronto, York 
J oh a Umgitntf, Lft&gstaff, York 



Sec. 14 — Saddle Horse or Hunter (heavy 
weight), capable of carrying 15 stone 
W. W. Butcher, Toronto, York 
P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 
Andrew Smith, V. S., Toronto, York (2) 
A. W. Godson, Toronto York (2) 
Jos. Grand, Toronto, York 
Theodore King, Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Sad<lle Horse or Hunter, light weight, 
up to 11 stone 
J. Grand, Toronto, York 
Andrew Smith, V. S., Toronto, York (2) 
James Brayley, Toronto, York 
A. W. Godson, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16— Saddle Horses, best leapert 
J. Grand, Toronto, York 
Andrew Smith, V. S., i^oronto, York (4) 
A. W. Godson, Toronto, York 

CLASS IV— Horses for Agricultural Pur- 
poses, exclusive of Clydesdales and 
Suffolks 
Sec. 1 —Stallion, 4 years old and upwards 
Thomas J. Bell, Londesboro', Huron 
Israel Eby, Tavistock, Perth 
C. C. Pearce, Owen Sound, Grey 

Sec. 3 — Stallion, 2 years old 
C. Armstrong, Yorkville, York 
James Lawrie, Malvern, \'ork 
Dougald McLean, York Mills, York 
William Abell, York Mills, York 

Sec. 4— Yearling Colt 

Henry Gray, Thistletown, York 
Robert Reid, Malvern, York 
Robert Lawson, Cheltenham, Peel 
(ieorge Middlebrook, Richview, York 
Francis Fenwick, Coleraine, Peel 

Sec. 5 — FiUy, 4 years old 
Alexander Li v^u, Eglington, York 

Sec. 6 — FiUy, 3 years old 
John Torrance, Thistleton, Ontario 
William Green, Agincourt, York 

Sec. 7 — Fdly, 2 years old 
Dougald MoLeon, York Mills, York 

Sec. 8 — Yearling Filly 

J. Davidson & Son, Balsam, Ontario 
.John Torrance, Thistleton, Ontario 
Archibald Pilkey, Uxbridge, Ontario (2) 

Sec. 9 — Brood Mare with Foal by her side 
Thomas Smith, Islington, York 

Sec. 10 — Matched Farm Team (gelding or 
mares), in harness 

Jos. Brownridge, Hornby, Halton 
Dougald Mcljean, York Mills, York 
Alexander Marsh, Richmond Hill. York 
William fioyd, Toronto, York 



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.rk (2) 

•toeight, 
ork (2) 

ork (4) 



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her side 

gelding or 

ton 
fork 
[iU, York 



Sec II — Sweepataken Stallion for Agricultu- 
ral purposes, of ani/ age 
C. Armstrong, Yorkville, York 

CLASS V— Heavy Draught Horses, Im- 
portad, or bred from pure Imported 
Heavy Draught Stock, on the side of 
both Sire and Dam, including Clydea- 
dalea and Suffolks 

Sec. 1 — Heavy Draught Stallion, 4. ytart old 

and tipwards 
Robert Cheyne, Toronto, York 
John Kemp, Yorkville, York 
George Emporingham, per John Leys, 

Barrister, Toronto, York 
Thomas J. Bell, Londesboro', Huron 
Canada W. Farm Stock Association, per 

C. W. Taylor, Toronto, York 
Wm. Hendrie, Hamilton, VVentworth (2) 
John Morrison. Scarboro, York 

Sec. 3 — Stallion, 2 years old 

James Lawrie, Malvern, York 
Thomas Blr-^ chard, Appleby, Halton 

Sec. 4 — 1 f'i/ Vh{, olt 
Jas. Di ''>■ ' ■'. Son, Balsam, Ontario 
Bobert Ou-j-.» Toronto, York 
Thor>a8 Blanchard, Appleby, Haltoa 

Sec. 5 — Heavy Draught Stallion, any age 

Richard Graham, Claremont, Ontario 

Robert Cheyne, Toronto, York 

George Emporingham, per John Leys, 

Barrister, &c., Toronto, York 
Canada W. Farm Stock Association, per 

C. W. Taylor, Toronto, York 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 
Wm. Hendrie, Hamilton, Wentworth (2) 
John Morrison, Scarboro, York 
Thomas Blanchard, Appleby, HaltoD 

Sec. 7 — Filly, 2 years old 

James Davidson & Son, Balsam, Ontario 

Sec. 8 — Filly, Yearling 

James Lawrie, Malvern, York 

Sec. 9 — Brood Mare with Foal by her side 
Canada W. Fr.rm Stocks Association, per 

C. W. Taylc-, Toronto, York 
Jas. Gardho'ise, Hightield, York 

Sec. 10 — Mare, with 2 of her progeny, a'l to 
be bona Jide, the properly of the aehibitor 

Jas. S. Davidson & Son, Balsam, Ontaino 

Sec. 11 — Span of Heavy Draught Horses, 
{geldingi'. or mares) 

William Boyd, Victoria Square, York 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 
Canada W. F&rm Stock Asacciation, per 
C. W, Taylor, Toronto, Yojrk 



CLASS VI— La<ly and Boy Riders 
Sec. 1 — Best Lady Rider 

Elizabetli Chafer, Woodb ridge, York 
Mrs. P. F. Swiderski, Toronto, York 
Miss I'Ula Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
Miss Mary Van Wagner, Stoney Creek 
Miss Clara Hamilton Toronto, York 
EhUriesfor Ponies 

A. Manning, Toronto, York 

H. H. Elhs, Toronto, York 

George M. Brown, Toronto, York 

R. Davies, Toronto, York, (mareandoolt) 

William MacKie, Port Hope 

CLASS VII— Special Premiums 
Sec. 1 — For Best Entire Horse, any age or 

breed 
John Holdemess, Torento, York ' 

H. Cooper, York Mills, York 
George Emporingham, 'I'oronto, York 
Thomas J. Bell, Londesboro', Huron (2) 
Canada W. Farm Stock Association, per 

C. W. Taylor, Toronto, York t 

Dougald McLean, York MiUs, York 
R. H. Defries, Toronto, York 
Israel Eby, Tavistock, Perth 
John Hartley, Zimmerman, Halton 
Anderson &, McLelland, Hornby, Halton 
William Hendrie, Hamilton, Wentworth 
M. Burgess, Woodstock, Oxford 
Nelson Gates, Highland Creek, York 
C. C. Pearce, Owen Sound, Grey 
M. Burgess, Woodstock, Oxford 
R. R. Priugle, Cobourg 

Sec. 2— The Best Mare of ang age or breed 

James J. Davidson k Son, lalsam, Outar< ^ 
John Torrance, Thiatletown, York 
Robert Milson, Davenport, York 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 
Canada W. Farm Stoek Association, j>er 

C. W. Taylor, Toronto, York 
W. W. Butcher, Toronto, York 
Jambs Gardhouse, Hightield, Yo;k 
John White, Milton, Halton 
Sec. 3 — i'he Best Stallion for General Pur- 
poses that has been kept for Mares, the 
past Season, and has nerved not fvwer 
tlian 16, accompai*ied '/y not less than 
6 of his produ^^, the merits of both sire 
and produce to be considered. Open to 
all Stallions in Canada and the Cm 
States 

George Emporingham, Toronto, York 



CATTI/H. 

CLASS VIII Durhfcnis 
Sec. 1 — Bulls, 3 years old and upward* 
John Morrison, Scarboro', /.yrk 
C. W. Farm Stock AiB»ooifttiQn,BraBtford, 
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John Hogan, King, York 

H. & J. Groflf, Eimira, Waterloo 

S«c. 2 — Bull, 2 yearn oW 
C. W. Farm Siock AsBociation, Brantford, 
Brant, Alex. Brown, Egliiigton, York 

>Sec. 3 — Btill, 1 pear ohl 

C. W. farm S. Association, Brantford, 
Brant (-') 

J. A W. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
H & J. <iroff, Eimira, Waterloo 
James Brooks, EUesraere 

Sec. 4 — Bull Calf, under 1 y-ar 

D. & A. McDonald, Vellora, York 

C. W, Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant (3) 
Thomas Boak, Milton, Halton (2) 
H, & J. (JrofF, Elraira, Waterloo 
John White, Milt.m, Halton (2) 

Sec. 5 — Durham Bull of any age 
John Morrison, Scarlioro', York 
G. W. Farm 8. Asaooiation, Brantford ^ 

Brant (5) 
Alex. Brown, Eglington, York 
J. & W. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
H. ft J. Groff, Eimira, Waterloo 

Sec. 6— Cow 
C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantf-.rd, 

Brant (2) 
J. & W. Watt, Salem, Wellington (2> 
H. & ". Grofi; Eimira, V/aterloo 

Sec. 8 — Heifer, 2 years old 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford 

Brant (4) 
J. & W. Watt, Saiem, Wellington 
H. & J. Groflf, Eimira, Waterloo (2) 

ilec 9 — rieifer, 1 year old 

C. W. F. rm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant v4) 
H. & J. Groflf, Eimira, Waterloo (2) 

Sec. 10 — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 

0. W Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant (5) 
J. & W. Watt, Salem, Wellingttm (2) 
Richard (iilison, llderton (2) 
H. & J. Groflf, Eimira, Waterloo 

Sec. il— 5 Calirn, under 1 year old, bred and 
owned by exhibitor 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 
Brant 

Sec. 12 — fferd of Durhara Cattle, comtinting 
of 1 Bull and Pt fpinale^, over 1 year old, 
owned by exhih'i O' 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant 
J. & \V. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
H. & J. Groflf, Eimira, Watev'f 



CLASS X— Devons 
Sec. 2 — Bull, 2 yrara old 

Richard Morgan, Islington, York 

Sec. 3 — Bull, 1 year old 

Richard Morgan, Islingt<m, York 
Sec. 5 — Bull nf any age 

Richard Morgan, Islington, York 

Sec. 6 — Cow 
Richard Morgan, Islington, York 

Sec. 7 — Caw, 3 yean old 

Richard Morgan, lelrngton, York 

Sec. 10 — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 
Richard Morgan, Islington, Yoik 



(2> 



(2) 



CLASS XI— Ayrshires 

Sec. I — Bull, 3 years old and upward » 
Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (2)f 
James Lawrie, Malvern,. YorL. 

Sec. 2 — Bull, 2 years old 

Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 

Sec. 3 — Bull, 1 year old 

Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (3> 
J. B. Bessy, Georgetown, Halton 

Sec. h—Bull Calf, under 1 year 

Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (3) 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 

Sec. 5 — Bull of any age 

Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (3> 
J. B. Bessy, Georgetown, Haltoa 

Sec. 6 — Cow 
Jardine \, Sons, Hamilton, Wentworih (3) 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York (3) 
J. B. Bessy, Georgetown, Halton (2) 

Sec. 7 — Cow, 3 years old 
Jardine k Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (3) 
James Lawiie, Malvern, York 

Sec. 8 — Heifer, 2 years old 
Jardine k Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth (3) 
Jtonies Lawrie, Malv€.n, York 

Sec. 9 — Heifer, 1 year old 

Jardine & Sons, Haniiltim, Wentworth (3) 
James Lnwrie, Malvern, York (3) 

Sec 10 — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 

Jardine & Sons. Harailtrin. Wentworth (3) 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York (2) 
J. B. Bessy, (Georgetown, Halton 

Sec. 11 — Fii>e Calves, under 1 year old, bred 
and ovmed by the exhibitor 
Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth <2) 
James Lawrie, Malverr , York 



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tworth (3> 

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[tworth (3) 
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Itworth \2) 



Hec. 12 — Herd of Ayrshire Cattle, consisting 
cf 1 Bull and 5 Females, over 1 year old, 
owned by tlie exhibitor 

Jardine & Sons, Hamilton, Wentworth 
James Lawrie, Malvern, York 



, CLASS Xlll-Jersey, or Aldemey Cattle 
Sec. 7 — Alder ney Yearling Heifer 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 

CLASS XV-Grade Cattle 
;Sec. 1 — Grade Cow 

William Green, Agincoiirt, York 
J. & W. Watt, Salnm, Wellington 
William Henry, L'Amaroux, York 
H. & J. Groff. Elmira, Waterloo 

Hec. 2 — Cow, 3 yturs old 

J. k W. Watt, Salem, Wellington (2) 
H. &. J. GroflF, Elmira. Waterloo 

Sec. 3 — TTeifer, 2 i/ears old 

J. k W. Watt, Salem, Wellington (2) 
William Henry, L'Amaroux, York 
H. & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo (2) 

Sec. 4 — Heifer, 1 year old 

J. & W. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
H. & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo 

Sec. 5 — Heifer Calf, under 1 year 
J & W. Watt, Salem. Wellington 
William Henry, L'Amaroux, York 
H. & J. Goff, Elmira, Waterloo 

Sec. fi — Fim Females, over 1 year old, the 
projierty of the exhibitor 

3. & W. W.itt, Salem, Wellington 
H. & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo 

CLASS XVI— Fat Cattle, any breed 
Sec. 1 — Pair of Fat Cattle, of any aye 
N. H. Wickett, York, Haldimand 
H. & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo 

:Sec. 2 — Fit Ox or Steer, 4 years old and over 
N. H. Wickett, York, Haldimand 
H & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo 

Sec. 3 — Fat Steer, under 4 years old 
H. & J. Groff, Elmira, Waterloo 

.Sen. 1 — Fit Cow or Heifer, 4 years old and 

upwdrd-i 

J & \V. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
N H Wickett, York, Haldimand 
H & J. (irorf, Elmira, Waterloo 

Hec .') — Fat Cow or Heifer, und*r 4 years old 
J. & W. Watt, Salem, Wellington 
N. H. Wickett, Vork, Hal.limand 
H. & J. Groff, Eliuira, Waterloo 



SHBEP-Long Wool ed. 
CLASS XVII— Cotswold 
Sec. 1 — Ram, 2 shears and orer 

Alex Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
John Snella' Sous, Edmonton, Vevl (2) 

Sec. 2 — Shearling Ram 

George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 

John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, i'eel (2) ' 

Sec. 3 — Ram Lamb 

Alex. Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
John hnells' Sons, Edmonton, Feel 
Joshua Sicily, Richmond Hill, York (2) 

Sec. 4 — Two Ewes, 2 stiears and over 

John Torrance, Scarboro', York 

John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel (2) 

Sec 5 — Two Shearling Ewes 
John Torrance, Scarboro', York 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel (2) 

Sec. 6 — Two En e Lambs 

Alex. Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel (2) 

Sec. 7 — Pen of Cotxwo'ds — I Ram, 2 Ewes, 
2 shears and over, 2 Shearling Ewes, awl 
2 Ewe Lamhn 

John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

CLASS XVIII— Leicesters 
Sec. 1 — Ram, 2 shears and orer - ■ 

Thomas Blancharil, Appleby, Haltoa 
■Sec. 2 — Shearling Ram 

(ieorge Weldrick, Thornhill, York 

CLASS XIX-Lincoln Sheep 
Sec. 1 — Ram, 2 shears and over 

John Torrance, Scarboro', Yark ' ''• 

Sec. 2^Shearling Ram 

George Weldrick, Thornhill, Vork 
.Tohn 'I'orr.ance, ScarbiT^'', ^'()rk 
Richard (iibson, IMtrtoii 

Sec. 3 — Ram Lamb , 

John Torrance, Scaiboro', York 

Sec. 4 — Two Eirm, 2 skutrs and over 

John Torratioe, Scaiboio', ifork 
RichanMiibsitn, lli'iton 

Sec. 5 — Iwo Sheiirliilij Lwes 

John lV>rrance, Scai I'oi'i', York 
Hichard (ribron, lli iton 

Sec. fi '/('"/ Ewf Laiii'i- 

John Torrance, Scarboro', York ,.; 
Richard (iibson, llderton ■> 



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Sec. 7 — Pen Lmcolm : Ram, 2 Ehoes, 2 
shears and over, 2 Shearling Ewes and 2 
Ewe Lambs 
John Torfance, Scarboro', York 
Richard Qibaon, Ilderton 



SHEEP— Medium WooUed. 

CLASS XX— Southdowns 
Sec. 1 — Ram, 2 shears and over 

Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, Yorfc 
Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 

worth (2) 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Soc. 2— Shearling Ram 

Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 
worth 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 3 — Ram Lamb 

Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 
worth 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 4 — Two Ewes, 2 shears and over 

Robert Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 
worth (2) 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, W"entworth 

Sec, 5— Two Shearling Ewes 

Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 
worth 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 6 — Two Ewe Lambs 

Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, ^ ent- 

worth 
Robert Shaw, Renton .Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 7 — Pen of Southdowns — 1 Ram, 2 Ewes, 
2 shears and over, 2 Shearling Ewes, 
and 2 Ewe Lambs 

Thos. Wilkinson, Renton Station, Went- 
worth 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

CLASS XXI — Shropshire, Hampshire and 
Oxfordshire Downs 

Seo. 1 — Ram, 2 shears and over 

Wm. M. Miller, Olaremont, Ontario 
Robert Shaw, Ronton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 2 — Shear limg Ram 

Wm. M. Miller, Claremont, Ontario 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentwortk 

Sec. 5 — Ram Lamb 
Robert Shaw, Ronton Stt^ou, Wentworth 



Soc. 4 — Two Ewes, 2 shears and over 

Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 5 — Two Shearling Ewes 

Wm. M. Miller, Olaremont, Ontario (2) 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

Sec. 6 — Two Ewe Lambs 
Robert Shaw, Renton Station, Wentworth 

CLASS XXII— Fat Sheep % 
Sec. 1 — 7V)o Fat Wethers, 2 shears and over 

John R. Hood, Guelph, Wellington 
Sec. 2 — Two Fat Wethers, under 2 shears 

John R. Hood, Guelph, Wellington (2) 
Sec. 3 — Two Fat Ewes, 2 nhtars and over 

John R. Hood, Guelph, Wellington 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 



FIGS— Small Breeds. 

CLASS XXIII— Improved Berkshires. 

Sec. I — Boar, over 2 years 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

Sec. 2 — Boar, over 1 year and under 2 years 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant 
Thomas Boynton, Victoria Square, York 
Alexander Marsh, Richmond Hill, York 
John Hogan, King, York 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

Sec. 3 — ^ortr, over 6 and under 12 aionthn 
N. H. Wickett, York, H.ildun.ind 
John Snellb' .Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

Sec. 4 — Boar, tinder 6 monriM 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Pael 

Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 years 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant (2) 
John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

Soc. 6 — Sow, over 1 year and under 2 years 

C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 

Brant (2) 
N. H, Wickett, York, Haldimand 
John Snells' Soua, Edmonton, Peel 

Sec. 7 — Sow, over 6 and wider 12 month* 

C W. Farm S Association, Brantford, 

Brant (3) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
John Tor»-ance, Scarboro', York 
John Snelk' .Sons, Edmonton, Peel 

Sec. 8 — Sow, U)uler (5 uMnlhs 
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.Sec. 9 — Sweepstakes Prize for best improved 
Berkshire Boar and 2 Soius of any age 

John Snells' Sons, Edmonton, Peel 
C. W. Farm S. Association, Brantford, 
Brant 

CLASS XXIV— Sufifolka 
Sec. 1 — Boar, over 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel 

Sec. 2 — Suffolk Boar, over 1 year and under 2 
years 

Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 3 — Boar, 07)er 6 and under 12 montfis 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
J. Johnson, Malvern, York 

Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 6— (Sow, over 1 year and under 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 7 — Sow, over 6 and under 12 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 8 — Sou), under 6 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
J. Johnson, Malvern, York 
Wm. (ireen, Agiucourt, York 
Wm. Bell, York Mills, York 

CLASS XXV- Essex Pige 
Sec. 1 — Boar, over 2 years 

Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 2 — Boar, over 1 and under 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 3 — Boar, over 6 and under 12 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Oedit, Peel (3) 

Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (3) 

Sec. 6 — Sow, over 1 year and under 2 years 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 

Sec. 7 — Sow, over 6 and under 12 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (3) 

Sec. 8 — Sow, under 6 months 
Jos. Featherstone, Credit, Peel (3) 



PIGS -Large Breed. 

CLASS XXVI— Yorkshire and other large 
breeds. 

Sec. 1 — Boar, over 2 years 

Joseph Featherstone, Credit,, Peel 
George Weldri.;k, Thornhill, York 



Sec. 2 — Boar, over 1 yeur and under 2 year* 
Joseph Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 

Sec. 3 — Boar, over 6 months and under 12 mo« 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York (2) 

Sec. 4 — Boar, under 6 months 

Joseph Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
Thomas Boynton, Victoria Square, York 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York, (2) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
J. & R. Leslie, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 5 — Sow, over 2 years 
Joseph Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 

Sec. 6 — Sow, over 1 year and under 2 years 
Joseph Featherstone, Credit, Peel (2) 
Thomas Boynton, Victoria Square, York 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York 

Sec. 7 — Sow, over 6 months and under 12 

Joseph Featherstone, Credit, Peel 
George Weldrick, Thornhill. 

Sec. 8— Sow, under 6 months 
Joseph Featherstone, Credit, P-^el 
Thomas Boynton, Victoria Square, York 
George Weldrick, Thornhill, York (2) 
Robert Chadwick, Burnhanithorpe, Peel 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 



POULTRY— Fowls. 
CLASS XXVIL 

Sec. 1 — Pair Brahmas, dark 
T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
J. W. Russell, Hornby, Halton 
Wm. N. Doel, Toronto, York (4) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 2 — Pair Brahmas, light 
John Nunn, Toronto, York 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 3 — Pair Cochins, buff 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York (2) 

Sec. 4— Pair Cochins, partridge 

T. H. IJoyd, Newmarket, York 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo (3) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 5 — Pair Cochins, white 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant» 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 



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See. 6— Pair CocfUrw, black 
G. J. Baker, Trafalgar, Haltnn 
WilliotnH. Doel, Toronto, York 
H. G, Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 7 —Pair Cochins, Sebright 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 
H. U. CharleBworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 8 — Pair Dorkings, colored 

W. M. Smith, FairHeld Plains. Brant 
William H. Dol«, Toronto, York 
Ulysses Bodily, Toront<^>, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
William BeU, York Mills, York. (2) 

Sec. 9 — Pair Dorkings, silver grey 

W. M. Smith, Fairlield inains, Brant 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George 'I'. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
William Bell, York Mills, York (2) 

Sec. 10 — Pair Dor.Augs, white 

T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto. York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 13--Pair Plymouth Rocks 

W. M. Smith, Fairheld Plains, Brant 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 14 — Pair American Dominiquea 
J. H. liowe. King, York (2) 

Sec. 15 — Pair Game, black red 
T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
James Hayward, Doucaster, York 
Edward Oollins, Dundas, VVeutworth 
A. McLean Howard, Toronto, York (2) 
George T. Simpson, Falklaml, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York (3) 
J. D. Stott, Markham, York 

Sec. 16 — Pair Game, black or white 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 
A. McLean iioward, Toronto, York 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 

Sec. 17 — Pair Game, brown-red 
T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
W. H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
A. McLean Howard, Toronto, York (3) 

Sec. 18 — Pair Game, yellow duckwing 
Dan. Perl^y, Paris, Brant 
W. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
A. McLean Howard, Toronto, York (3) 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Charles H. Goodchild, Toronto, York 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 



Sec. 19 — Pair Game, silver duckwing 

Ed. Collins, Dundas, Wentworth 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
A. McLean Howard, Toronto, York 
Georgo P. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Ijobb & Corrie, Toronto, Yoik 

Sec. 20— /'a<r Game, Pile 

W. M. Smith, Fairlield Plains, Brant 
A. Mcljean Howard, Toronto, York (2) 
(ieorge T. Simpson, Falkland, Urant 
Ijobb & C'orrie, Toronto, York 
Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q. (3) 

Sec. 21 — Pair Hamburgs, black 

T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 

Ed. Collins, Dundas, Wentworth 

A. Mcljean Howard, jun. , Toronto, York (4) 

Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, I'. Q. (2) 

John Campbell, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 22 — Pair Hamburgs, golden pencilled 

Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
(ieorge T. Simpson, FalUlanl, Brant 
Charles H. Goodchild, Toronto, York 

Sec. 23 — Pair Hamhurgs, silmr 

Wm. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant (2> 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
GeorgttJIope, Yorkville, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Pair Hamhurgs, golden spawiled 

Wm. M. Smith, Fairlield Plains, Brant (2) 

Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 

George Hope, Yorkville, York 

George T. Simps(m, Falklau 1. Brant .' 

Sec. 25 — Pair Hamburgs, silw.r spangled 

T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
Wm. H. Doel, 'J'oronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q. 

Sec. 26 — Pair Leghorns, white 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. 27 — Pair Leghorns, black 

■ Levi Lewis, Toronto, York 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
A. Stuttaford, Toronto, York 

Sec. 28 — Pair Leghorns, brown 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb k Corrie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 29 — Pair Spanish, white /'ace, black 
T. H. Lloyd, .Newmarket, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York ' 

George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 



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See. 30 -Pair Fmich, an;/ wicfi/ 
John AMons, Berlin, Waterloo 
G or,'u. r. Simison. Falklaml, Brant 
William H. Doel, Toronto, V'ork 

See. 31 — Pdir SpaiUsk, white face black 
Jainea Joliiistoiio, Yorkville, York 

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J. T. Stirling, Toronto, 

T. H. LlDyd, Vewinark't, do 

A F. Bvnka, Toronto, do 

John Nuiiii, Toronto, do 

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Sec. 32 — Pair Pulaiuh, golden 

Georje Hoi)c, Yfirkville, York 
George T Siuipson, Kalkland, Brant 
James Black, Point St Charles, P Q. 
Soc. 3.'{ — P dr Polands, white 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
W. H. D'.el, Toronto, York (2) 
John Aldons, lierlin, Waterloo (2) 

Sec. 3t — Pair Polands, silver 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Piains, Brant 
Georgo Hope, Yorkville, York 
John Aldona, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. 35 — Pair Batdanui, brown-red, game 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
John Aldous, Berlin, Waterloo 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 
Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q. 

Sec. 3(5 — Pair Bantams, yelloio duckwing, 
game 

W. N Dool, Toronto, York (2) 
W. J. Way, Toronto, York )5) 
G. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lol)l) & < 'orrie, Toronto, York 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. 'XI — Pair Bantams, silver duckwing, game 
Wm. }{. I )oul, Toronto, York (4) 
Wm. J. Way, Toronto, York (3) 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Jas. Black, Point St Charles, P. Q. 

Sec. 38 — Pair Bantams, yellow duckwinp, 
game 

T. 11. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York (3) 
Wm. J. Way, Toronto, York (3) 
Gforge T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lohi) & Corrie, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 3i) — Pair Bantam^, black or white 

Wm H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
Wm. J. Way, Toronto, York (3) 
Sec. H)—Pa:rBantains,silvfr duckwing, game 
Albert JolifFe, London, Middlesex 
W. M. Smith, Fairlield Plains, Brant 
W. 11. U.«el, Toronto, York (3) 
Wm. J Way, Toronto, York (4) ■; 
IjIvshi's Bodily, Toronto, York 
GjJ.go T, Simpson, Fil.tlviil, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, Y^ork 



Sec. 41 — Pair Bantam*, Pile, game 

Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, Y'ork (2) 
Wm. J. Way, Toronto, York (8) 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 42 — Pair Bantams, xHoer sehrigfil ,' 

Ed. Collins, Dundas, Wentworth 
Wm. J. Way, Toronto, York (2) 
George T. Simpsim, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Tonmto, York (2) 

Sec. 43— Pair Bantams, black African 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
George Ho[)e, Yorkville, York 
li()l)b & Corrie, Toronto, York 
Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q. 

Sec, 44 — Pair Bantams, golden Sebright 

George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 

8« 45 — Pair Bantams, silver Sebright 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 
Wm. H. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. 46 — Pair Bantams, Jayianese ,-,, 
Lilly Maule, Toronto, York . 

Sec. ^—Nxtras 

James Hay ward, Doucaster, York: Bantam 

Hen and Chicks 
George Hope, Yorkville, York : Pair 

Cicillians 
V/m. H. Doel, Toronto, Y'ork : Pair whitt- 

rose-comb Bantams , , , 

CLASS XXVIII-Chickens 

Sec. 1 — Pair Brahmat, dark 
J. Peart, Fneman, Halton 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 2 — Pair Brahmas, light 

Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, Y'^ork 
John \V. McArthur, Yorkvdle, Y'ork 
H. G. Charlesworth, YorkviUe, Y'ork (2) 

Sec. 3 — Pair Cochins, Buff 
John Nunn, Toronto, York 
John W. McArtluir, Yorkville, York 
John AMons, Berlin, Waterloo 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkvile, York 

Sec. A— Pair Corhini, Partridge 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. 5 — Pair Cochins, White ' ' 

H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York (2) 

Sec. 6 — Pair Cochins, Black 
G. J. Baker, Trafalgar, llalton 
H. G. Charlesworth, Y^nkville, York 

Sec. 8 — Pair Dorkings, Colored 

(Jeorge T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
WiUiam Bell, York Mills, York (2) 



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Sec. 9— Pair Dorkingn, Silver Orey 
Geor^o T. SimpBon, Falklan<l, Brant 
William H. Dota, Toronto, York (2) 
William Bell, York Mills, York (2) 

S(!C. 10— Pair Dorkiny», While 

George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
John Aldons, Berlin, Woterloo 

Soc. 13 — Pair Plymouth Bock 
T. H. Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
William H. Dool, Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 14 — Pair American DoininiqmeB 
Simon Shuuk, Edgerly, York 

Sec. 15 — Pair Onme, Black-Red 
James Hayward, Doncaster, York 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & (Jiirrie, Toronto, York 
John Campbell, Guelph, Wellington 

Soc. 16 — Pair Game, Brown-Red 
William H. Doel; Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — Pair Oame, yellow duckwing 
P. H, Lloyd, Newmarket, York 
A. F. Banks, Toronto, York 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 19— Pair Oame, Siluer Duckwing 

Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 
John Camphell, Guelnh, Wellington 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 20— Pair Game, Pile 

George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
James Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q (2) 
John Campbell, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 21 — Pair Oame, any other variety 
Geo. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 
Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q 
J. Peart, Freeman, Halton 

Sec. 22 — Pair Hamburghs, black 
John W. McArthur, Yorkville, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
Geo. T. Simpson, Falkland, Biant 
William Jones 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 24 — Pair Hamburghs, silver pencilled 
Geo. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 25 — Pair Hamburghs, golden spangled 
Geo. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 



Sec. 26 — Pair Hamburghn, tilvtr gpangltd 
John W. McArthur, Yorkville, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. 27 — Pair Leghorns, whUe 
William Stalhschmidt, Preiton, Wat«rluo 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George T. Simpwm, Falklantl, Brant 
William U. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. W — Pair Leghorns, black 

Charles Tunnicliff, Parkdale, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 29 — Pair Leghorns, frroion 

John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
George T. Simjwon, Falkland, Brant 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30 — Pair French, any variety 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. 31 — Pfiir Spanish, white face, black 
A. F. Banks, Toronto, York (4) 
A. Rutherford, Toronto, do 
William H. Doel, Toronto, do (2) 
John Nunn, Toronto, do (4) 

Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, do 

Sec. 32 — Pair Rolands, white created, black 

W. M. Smith, Fairfield Plains, Brant 
James Black, Point St. Charles, P.Q. 

Sec. 33 — Pair Rolands, white 

John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 
Sec. 34 — Pair Rolands, silver 

John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo 

Sec. 35 — Pair Rolands, golden 
John Aldons, Berlin, Waterloo "i 

Sec. 36 — Pair Bantams, game, black red 

W. H. Doel, Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York (3) 

Sec. 37 — Pair Bantams, game, brown red 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (2) 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrie, Toronto, York 
James Black, Point St. Charles, P.Q. 

Sec. 38 — Pair Bantams, game, black or white 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 

Sec. 39— Pair Bantams, game, yellow duck- 
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Sec. 40 — Pair Rantamt, game, nlver duckwing 
Albert Jolifl'u, Lomlun, MiiMluaex 
William H. I)«el, Toronto, York (2) 
Lobb &, Corrie, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 41 — Pair Bantama, game, Pik 
Lobb ft Corrio, Toronto, York 

Sec. 42 — Pair Bantams, game, any other 
variety 

Edward Collini, Dundaa, Wentworth 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
Lobb & Corrio, Toronto, York 

Sec. i3—Pnir Bantama, black African 
William H. Do«l, Toronto, York 

Sec. 44 — Pair Bantama, golden Sebright 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

See. 48 — Anp other variety of Chickens not 
mentioned 

John W. McArthur, Yorkville, York 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York 
Emily Maqt Edwardn, Toronto, York 

CLASS XXIX— Turkeys, Geese and Ducka 

Sec. 1 — Pair Turkeya, bronze 

John Torrance, Scarboro' Junction, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
H. 6. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 2 — Pair Turkeys, whUe or black 
J. W. Russell, Hornby, Halton 
Geo. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 5 — Pair Oeeae, Bremen 
J. W. Russell, Hornby, Halton 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 6 — Pair Oeeae, Toulouse 
Wood Freeman, Freeman, Halton 

Sec. 7 — Pair Geese, white china 
J. W. Russell, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 8 — Pair Geese, brown China 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
J. W. Russell, Honiby, Halton 

Sec. 10 — Pair Geese, African 
John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 11 — Pair Geese, English grey 
John Torrance, Scarboro' Junction, York 

^c. 14 — Pair Ducks, Rouen 

John Hewer, Guelph, Wellington 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 
William H. Doel, Toronto, York (3) 

Sec. 15 — Pair Ducks, Ayltsbury 

John Torrance, Scarboro' Junction, York 
William Hewitt, Don Mount, York 
Ulysses Boddy, Toronto, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 



William Grey, Toronto, York (2) 
John McCarter, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 17 — Pair Ducks, Pekin 

J. W. Russell, Hornby, Hnlton 
G. J. Baker, Trafalgar, Halton (2) 
Lobb k (Jorrie, Toronto, York (2) 
H. G. Charles worth, Yorkville, York (2) 

Sec. 18 — Pair Ducka, Museo)yy 
Q. T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

CLASS XXX— Ornamental 
Sec. 1 — Pair Ouniea Fowl 
J. W. Russell, Hornby, Halton 
B. W. Clarke, Downsview, York 
H. O. Charlesworth, Yorkville. York 

Sec. 10 — Pair Carolina, or Wood Ducks 
Gec^rge T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 20 — Pair Guniea Pigs 
George Hope, Yorkville, York (2) 

Sec. 22— Pair White Mice 
Banuu-d WaUmt, Toronto, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 27 — Pair Bed SquitTcla , 

J. Peart, Freeman, Halton i 
Sec. 28 — Pair Flying Sijuirrels 

John James, Yorkville, York 
Sec. 29— Pair Fox Squirrels ' 

S. G. Martin, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30— Pair Babbits, lop ear 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
James Mullington, Toronto, York 

Sec. 31 — Pair Babbita, Angola 
Edith Maule, Toronto, York 
Henry D. Falser, Toronto, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
George T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

CLASS XXXI— Pigeons 
Sec. 1 — Pair Pouters, blue pied or black pied 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
James McGrath, Toronto, York (3) 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 2 — Pair PoiUers, red pied or yellow pied 
James McGrath, Toronto, York 
H. G. Charlesworth. Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 3 — Pair Pouters, any other color 

H. G. Charlesworth, Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 4 — Pair Carriers, black 
John James, Yorkville, York (2) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York (2) 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham (2) 



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Sec. 5 — Pcir Carriern, dun 
Juhn James, Yorkville, York 
George Hnpe, Yorkviiie, York 
William Simpsoa, Port Hope, Durham 

.Sec. 6— Pair Carrirra, aBif otkrr variety 
John James, Yorkville, York (2) 
(ieorgti Hope, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 7— Pair Barim, black 
John James, York\ *lle, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
Charltis U. (;oo«lhill, Toronto, York 
James McGrath, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 8 — Pair Ba'ba, red 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, ?ort Hope, Durham (2) 

Sec. 9 — Pair Barbs, any other colour 

George Hope, Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 10 — Pair Tamhlera, short-faced, aliuond 

George H.<n>e, Yorkville, York 
Jamea Muurath, Torouto, York 

Sec. 11- Pcrtr Tumblers, short-faced, Inte 
George Hope, Yorkville, Vu/k 

Sec. 12 — Poir Tumblers, long-faced, feather 
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William Bugg, Yorkville, York 
George Ho^, Yorkville York 
Charles H. Gooachilil, Torouto, York 
James Mcijlrath, Toronto, York 
William ^Siuipsou, Port rlope, Durham 

Seo. 13 — Puir Tumblers, loiuj-jactd, any other 

John James, Yorkville. York (1) 
George Hope, Yorkville, York (2) 
Charles H GoodchiKl, Toronto, York (3) 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 14 — Poir Fantails, white 

George Muuro, Tortmto, York 
George Hope, Y'oriiville, York 

Sec. 15 — Pair FatUails, blue or black 
George Munroe, Toronto, York 
John James, Yorkville, York 
George hope, Yorkville, York 
William Simpson, Port Hope 

Sec. 17 — Poir Jacobins, yellow 

John James, Yorkville, York 

George Hope, Yorkville, York 

William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham (2) 

Sec. U\ — Pair Jacobins, red 
George Hope, Yorkvilla, York 

Seo. 19 — Pair Jacobins, any other c»lor 
John W McArthur, Yorkville, York 
Q«orge Hope, Yorkville, York 



Seo. iO—Pair Antwerps, Short-faced 
John James, Yorkville, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
Jamee Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q 

Seo. 21 — Poir Antwerpa, Long-faeed 
John Janes, Yorkviiie, York (2) 
James BUck, Point St Charles, P. Q 

Sec. 22 — Antwerps, any other variety 

John James, Yorkville, York 
George Hope, York\ ille, York 

Sec. 23 — Pair Nuns, black or white 

John James, Yorkville, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, Y'ork 
James McOrath, Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Pair Trnmpeters, any color 
John James, Yorkville, York 
George Hope, Y'orkville, York (2) 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 25 — Pair Trumpeters, yellow 

John James, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 26— Puir Trumpeters, any other color 

John James, YoikviUe, York 
(ireorge Hope, Yorkville. Y'ork 
William Simjison, Port Hope, Durham 

Sec. 27 — Pair Turbiis, any coloi 

John James, Yorkville, York 

George Hope, Yorkville, York 

William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham (2) 

Sec. 28 — Poir Drijfoons, any color 
John James, Yorkville, York 
George Hope, Y'orkville York 

Sec. 29 — Pair Owls, blue or silver 

John W. MuArthur. Yorkville, York 
George Hope, Yorkville, York 
Charles H. Goodchikl, Toronto, York 

Sec. 30 — Pair Owls, any otfier color 
Charles H. Gooilchild, Toronto, York 

Sec. 31 — Best collection of Pigeons, indepen- 
dent oj other entries 

John James, Yorkville. York 

John W. McArthur, Yorkville, York 

Sec 32— Extras 
George Hope, Yorkville, York : Pair of 



Rents 
H. G. Charlesworth, Yortville, 



pair Macumers ; pair MagCies 

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Collection of Pouters 
William Simpson, Port Hope, Durham ; 
Pair Silver Kents 



CLASS XXXII— Cage Birds 
Seo. 12 — Oreen or Orey Parrot 

Hy. D. Falser, Toronto, York 
James Armstrong, Toronto, York 




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Wm. U. Doel, Toronto, York; Automatic 
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Heo. X—Briit Beagle Hmmd 

William Hemingway, Hagerman'sComera, 
York 

Sec. 2— Blood Hound 
Francis Green, Oakville 

See. ^— Black and Tan 
James Kennedy, Tonmto, York (4) 
Gh tries Brown. Toronto, York (2) 
Charles '^iley, Toronto, York 
E. W. White, Toronto, York 
J. McNeil. Toronto, York (2) 
O. J. Baker, Trafalgar, Halton (2) 

Sec. 4- Bull Terrier 
John Halligan, Toronto, York 
E. W. White, Toronto. York 
Qeorge T. Simpson, Falkland, Brant 

Sec. 6 — Fox Hound 

W. Noyes, Tonmto, York 
W. Steer. Toronto, York 
William Hnmiugway, Hagerman'sComera, 
York 

Sea 7 — Greyhound 
A. Hend«rson, Toronto. York (2) 
A. B. Cuff, Toronto, York 
Wm. P. Britton, Toronto. York 
Willie Bernard, Toronto, York 
M. J. Qraham, Toronto, York 

Sec. S—Ifew/oumUand 

Mrs. Thomas Somers, Islington, York 
Charles Hiley, Toronto, York 
George Oarrall, Don Mount, York 

Sec. 9—Ma»lif 
J. Grand, Toronto, \ork 
Dr. Ross, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10— Skye Terrier 

Jas. Black, Point St. Charles, P. Q. (2) 

Sec. U—Vorluhire Terrier 

W. H. Docl, Toronto, York 

S. IToldemess, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 12— Pointer 

W. J. Watts, Tonmto, York 
G. Mc Munich, Toronto, York 
W. Kennedy, Toronto, York 
J. Huddeston, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. IZ—P'iodle 
Jo«e Wilson, DaTonporl^ York 



Sec. \&— Setter 
James Kennedy, Toronto, York (Bed) (2) 
William Buffs, Yorkvillb. York 
Richard McFhail, Toronto, York 
D. B. Boyd, Toronto, Ywk 

Sec. l(i— Shepherd 

Thomas Falford, Toronto, York 

Sec. IT— Spaniel 

Thomas Hall, Uniouville, York 
John Millov, Toronto, York (2> 
T. J, Best, Toronto, York 
D. P. Armstrong, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19— Hxtnu 
F W. Jai^e. Toronto, York : Mount St, 

Bernard Dog 
F. Barry Hayes, Toronto, York : Engliab 

Pug (Dob) 
James Blakeley, Toronto, York : English 

Pug (Hitch) 
John Marshall, Marshall, York : Fox 

Terrier 
M. J. (irahom, Toronto, York: Greyhound 

Bitch and Pups (2) 
.Tohn Halligan : Fox "Terrier 
A. Tinning, jr., Toronto, York: Cocker 

Spaniel 
A. A. Stewart, Toronto, York: English 

Pug (2) 
Mrs. P. W. Marling, Toronto, York: Pair 

Irish Setter Pap' 
Ned Hanian, Toronto, York : Fox Terrier 

(bitch). Harrier 
Wm. F. Britton, Toronto, York: Grey- 
hound Pup 
J. M. Forsyth, Toronto, York: Fox Terrier 

(bitch) 



GATS. 

CLASS XXXV— Cats 
Sec. 2—MaUeae Cat 

R. Osborne, Toronto, York 
Sec. 2—TurtoiaeaheU Cat 

Frank Harrison, Toronto, York 



AQRICULTURAL IKPLE- 

MBNTS 

CLASS XXXVI— Agricultural Implements 

Sec. 4 — Mowing Machines 
Brown k Patterson, Whitby, Ontario 
Joseph Hall Mantg. Co., Oshawa, Ont. 

Sec. 5 — Reaping Maehinea 

Noxon Bros. Manfg. Co., Ingersoll, Oxford 
Brown ft Patterson, Whitby, Ontario 
Joseph HhU Maofg. Co., Odiawa, Out 



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8«e. 6 — Combined Mower and Reaper 
JoMph Hall Manfg. Co., Oihawa, Onk. 

See. 8— Horee-power J%reAer and Separaier 
John Abell. Woodbridge, York 
Joeaph HaU Manfg. Co., Oahawa, Ont. 

See. 9.— Steam Thrtther and Separator 
Joeeph Hall Manfg. Co., Oshawa, Ont 

See. 15 — Impkment or Jliaehi$te for Cutting, 
PtUUnff, or otherwite Harvesting Peat 
Tolton Broa. k Co., Gaelph, Wellingtoa 

See. 17. — (Train Cruiiher or Chrinder 
Eara Bliodea, Brie, Pa., U. S. 

Sec 24— iSltraw CvUer 
A. & W. WUson, Richmond Hill, York 

See. TIfi— Extra Eniriee 

Quelph Carriage Qooda Company, Gaulph, 

Wellington : 

Joaeph HaU Mante. Co., Oahawa. Oat. 



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Clover Holler, Threaher and Separator 

CLASS XXKVII— Implemmta for cultiTat- 
ing and sowing the aoil, horse, steam or 
other power 

See. 2— Best Portabk Steam-IBngine for Agri- 
cultural purpotea, not kee than 6 Horte- 
power, to he put in operation on the Qround 

B. Whitelaw, Woodstook, OzftMFd 

Sec. 4 — Field, or 7\do Horse Cultivator, Iron 
Isaac Westeott, Bowmanville, Durham 

Sec. 5 — Two Horae Cultivator, Wood 
Oeorge Wilkinson, Aurora, York 

Sec. 6 — Two Farrow Plough 
R. Sylvester, Enniskillen, Durham ^ 

Sec. 8 — Iron Plough 
Sergumber, Carter ft Co., Coderioh, Huron 

Sec. 9— Wooden Plough 
Oliver Chilled Plough Oo., per W. Rennie, 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Iron Beam Plough, with Cast Head 
and Sliare, Steel Jfoidd Board and 
Wood Handles 
Tolton Bros., k Co., Guelph, Y/ellington 
Seigumber, Carter ft Co. , Qoderich, Huron 

Sec. 16— ^or«^ Hoe, or Single Horse CtdH- 
V€Uor{lr«n) 

laaao Weatoott, DowmaiiviUa, Durham 

Sec. 18— Pair </ Iron Harrow 
ThoauM Tipling, Clinton, Huron 
Isaac Weaoott, Bowmanville, Duriuun 
Joaeph lipliog, CSiL>toii, Hurea 



CLASS XXXYIII— Implements and Ma- 
chines for Harvestu::g, Preparing Plw* 
duets for Use, Carriage, ftc., horaa or 
or other power 

Sec. 9— Two Horse Spring Market Waggon 
J. B. Armstrong ft Company, Ouelph, 

Wellington 
A. Wright ft Sob, Richmmd Hill, Yo^ 

Sec. 10— One Horae light Market Waggon 
J. R. ArautHmg ft Coapangr, .Quelph, 

Wellington 
A. Wright ft Son, Richmond Hill, York 

CLASS XXXIX— Agricultural Took and 
Implements, ohimy for hand ua* 

Sec. 1 -Set Drait^ Toole 
R. E. Stephena, Toronto, "^ork 

Sec. 17 — Laum' Mowing Machine 
W. Wilkie, Quelph, Welliagtoa 

Sec. 212— Set Horse Shoef 
Thomas Tipling, Clinton, Huron 

Sec. 23—Oxi Yoke and Bows 
John A. Miller, per W. Rennie, Twonto, 
York 

See. 24— Farm Oate 
R. £. Stephens, Tonmto, York 



AGBICnLTUBAL PRODUCTS. 

CLASS XL— Field Qrains, Hops, fta 
Sec. 6— Barky (2 rowed), 2 bushels 
Edward HiUook, Brampton, Peel 

CLASS XLII— Field Roota 
Sec. Z— Potatoes, Early Rose, bushel 

William McKay, Donoaster, Ywfc 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 
L. Sterling, Dilton, Yc-k 

Sec. 22— Carrots, Tweloe Roots, WMte or 
Belgian 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 



DAIBT FBODUOTS AND 
UTENSILS. 

CLASS XLUI— Butter, Cheese, and Dairy 
UtenaUs. 

Sec. I— Best 3 FirKns of BtOter, JUHd /or 
exportation, not less than 66 A« M each, 
made by eaJiU>itor 

William HerbiaoD, Glmton, Hnroa 



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order, not Um than M M». 

Mn. Fnmois Fenwick, Golnune, Pool 
William HerbiBon, Clinton, Haron 
Sec. 3— Butter, beM, not Uu than. 28 W»., in 
Jirinn, eroeht or tuba 
William Herbiaoa, Olinton, H«Mtt 
B. Tuck, Hornby, Halton 

Sec. 4 — Creamery Butter, beat 3 JirlAm in 
ahipping order, not feM than 06 Iba., 
made in th* following moHths, one in 
each, viz. : June, July and Augtut 
M. Moyer & Co., Bretlau, Waterloo 

Soo. 6—BuUer, not leu than S lbs., in roll or 
print 

Mm. Francis Fenwiok, Colraine, PmI 

B. Tuck, Hornby, Halton 

Samuel Wood, lalington, York 
Sec. 6 — Clieemst, best 6 factory, not less than 
46 lbs. each, with statement of number qf 
eotos and management of factory 

L. R. Richardson, Kerwood, Middlesex 

David Morton, Ratho^ Oxford 



R. Kerr k Co., Harriston, Wellington 
E. Hunter, Dorchester, Middlesex 
Dugald Leitoh, Strathroy, Middlesex 
Adam T. Bell, Innerkip, Oxford 
Thomas Ifartin, Woodbtll, Peel 
Joha E. Anderson, Camlaohie, Lambton 
John L. Johnston, Torc^co, York 

See. 7— Cheese, best dairy, not less than 30 tbs 

John Rowat, Nilestown, Middlesex 
William Harris, Mount Elgin, Oxford 

Sec. 9— Cheeses, 3 be^ Canada Olo'ster or 
Wilt^ire loaf or trttctle, not leu than 8 
Uts. each 
William Harris, Mount Elgin, Oxford 

Sec. 1 1 — Bread, Home-made, 2 loafoes 

Mrs. Gteorge Bailey, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. Francis Fenwick, Cderaine, Peel 

Sec. 2(^— Extras 

J. W. Minthom, Orillia, Simcoe: Cheese 
Safe and Showcase combined 



HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. 



FBUIT, PLANTS, FLOWBRS. 
VEGETABLES, fro. 

CLASS XLIV— Fruit— Professional Nur- 
serymen's List 

Sec. 1 — Apples, 30 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 

Chase Bros. & Bowman, Toronto, York 

CLASS XLV— Fruit— General List— Apples 
and Pears 

Sec. 2 — Apples, 10 varieties, correctly named, 
4 of each 
€^ilge Murray, Yoi^viUe, York 

Sec. 3 — Apices, 4 varieties. Desert, correctly 
named, 4 of each 

George Murray, Yorkville, York 
B. Guthrie, Brockton, York 
Mn. McNab, YorkviUe, York 

Sec. 4 — Apples, 4 varieties. Cooking, correctly 
named, 4 of each 

George Mumy, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. McNab, YorkvUle, Y<^ 

Sec. 6 — Apples, 6 Elarly Joe 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 8 — Appks, 6 Dueheu ofOldmburgh 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 



Sec. 9 — Apples, 6 Snow 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. McNab, Yorkville, York 

See. 13— Apples, 6 Maiden's Blush 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 
Mrs. McNab, YorkviUe, York 

Sec. 16 — Apples, 6 St. Lawrence 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 17 — Apples, 6 of any other variety fall 
Apple 

George Murray, Yorkville, York 
Sec. 18 — Apples, 6 Ribston Pippins 

George Murray, Yorkville, York 
Sec. 19 — Apples. 6 Alexamler 

R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 
Greorge Murray, YorkvUle, York 

Sec. i5— Apples, 6 Colvert 

George Mumjr, Yorkville, York 
Sec. 26—Aj^les, 6 Yellow Bellfhwer 

George Murray, Ymkville, York 
Sec. 27 — Apples, 6 King of Tompians Co. 

George Murray, Yorkville, Ytnrk 
Sec. 28— Appks, 6 Tabnan's SksH 

George Momy, YorkviUe, York 



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Sec. dO—Appla, 6 Porter 
George Mumy, Yorkville, York 

•Sec. 31-— Applet, 6 Roxhury RutatU 
Oeorge Murray, Yorkville, York 

iiec. 32—AppU», 6 Svoaar 

Oeorge Murnty, Yorkville, York 
•Sec. M— Applet, 6 American Ootden Ruaaett 

Oeorge Murray, Yorkville, York 
K. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

.Sec. 36— Apples, 6 Stoayzie Prnnme Orite 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 36 — Applea, 6 Pomme Oriae 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 38- A ppUia, 6 qf any other variety, Winter 
George Murray, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 39— Appfea, 6 Seedling, Winter variety 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 4i—Peara, 6 BartleU 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

CLASS XLVf— Plums, Peaches, Grapes, ftc. 
Sec. 11— P/uwM, 12 Ruling' a Superb 

William Rawlin, Toronto, York 
Sec. \3—Plumn, 12 Yellow Egg 

Hy. Brown, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 19 — Pluma, 12 Deaaert, 1 variety, eor- 
redly named 
William Kawlin, Toronto, York 

Sec. 41 — Orapea, 3 bunehea, Concord 
R. Gutthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 54 — Orapea, coUeetion qf, grmon under 
ylaaa, aiul not Una than 8 varietiea, cor- 
rectly named, 1 buneh qf each 
A. Gauld, London, Middlesex 

.Sec. 57 — Orapea, 2 bunehea, white, grown under 
glaaa, correctly named 
A. Gauld, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 58 — Orape», 2 banchea, any other eohur 
A. Gauld, London, Middlesex 

CLASS XLVIII— Garden VegeUbles 
Sec. l—SaUij'y, 12 roota 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 4 — Cabbage, 3 heada, Winningatadt 
R. Guthi-ie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 8 — Cabbage, 3 hettda. Drumhead 
R. Guthrie, Brockiin, York 

Sec. 9 — Cabbage, 4 aorta Winter, kieluding 
Savoya, 1 of each aort 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 



Sec. XO—CeMage, 3 heada Red 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. \2—CarroU, 12 IntermediaU or Half 
Long 

K. Guthrie, Brockton, Yorl 

Sec. \i—Paranipa, 12 Tabk 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. l&— Celery, « roota HltiU 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 20—Tomatoea, TrofAy 
R. Outhrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 21— Tomatoea, 6 General Orant 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

Sec. 31— Com, 12 eara aweet com. Jit for the 
table 
R. Guthrie, Brockton, York 

GLASS XLIX— Plauts, Flowers. Rustic 
Work, &c. 

Sec. 7 — Bouqueta, Everlaatinga 
'lliomas Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Seo. 12— PafMir«, 12 
Thomas Davis, Ouelph, Wellington 

Sec. 16— Foliage PlanU 
Thomas Gardner 

Sec. 17 — AnnucUa, collection in bloom, named 
Thomas Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 18 — Coekacomba, 6 
Thomas Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Seo. '2i)— German Aatera, 12 
Oeorge Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
Thomas Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 21 — Aatera, collection of 

Georgu Taylor, Scarboro' Junction, York 
Thomas Uavis, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 22— 7'en Week Stoeka, collection of 
Thomas Davis, Guelph, Weliington 

Sec. 23 — JUarigolda, coUeetion of 
Thomas Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 25 — Roaea, collection of Bourbon^ Teu 
and Noinette, named, 1 of each 

Colin Skinner, Toronto, York 

Sec. 28— Verbenaa, 12, named 
Colin Skinner, Toronto, York 

Sec. 29 — Verbenaa, coUeetion, named 
Colin Skinner, Toronto, York 

Seo. 32 — Phlox DrfunmomU, eoUtelion 
Colin Skinner, Toronto, York 



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Sec. 33 — Diardhut, collection 
ThomaB Davis, Quelph, Wellington 

Sec. 38 — Zinnias, collectUn qf, double 
Thomu Davis, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 46 — Qeraniumt, 6 golden tri-color», in pots 
George ^J^denon, Hamilton, Wentwoiih 



Sec. 47— CerantuffW, 6 brome-leaved, in poUi 

ThonuM Qardner 
Sec. 60 — Out Flower$. best arranged batket qf 

Colin Skinner, Toronto, York 

Sec. 64— Extra* 

Thomas Gardner, Happy Thonght Qera- 
niums, half dozen Cookaoombs 



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FINE ABTS DEPAETMENT. 



CLASS LI— Oil Paintings, by Professional 
ArtistB 

Sec. I— Figure, or HxitoricaX Subject 

T. M, Martin, Yorkville, York 
Mrs. A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2 — Landscape, Canadian Subject 
H. Hancock, Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Landscape or Marine, not Canadian 
H. Hancock, Toronto, York 

Sec. 9 — Portrait 

Mrs. A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York (3) 
Water Colors, by PROFsaaioNAL Artists. 

Sec. 18— Portrait 
Mrs. A. Hallen, Toronto, York 
J. T. H. Brown, Toronto, York 

Drawings int Lioht axd Shade by 
Professional Artists 

Sec. 22 — Crayon or Pencil Portrait 
T. M. Martin, Yorkville, York 

CLASS LII— Oil Paintings— By Amateurs 
Water Colors, by Amateurs 

Sec. 8 — Figure or Historical Subject 
Miss £. Robertson, Colbome, NorthumLsr- 
land (2) 

Sec. 9 — landscape or Marine, Canadian 
Sulject 

Miss E. Robertson, Colbome, Northom* 
berlaud 



Drawihos in Light ft Shade, bt Amatbcrs 

Sec. 14— Crayon from Cast 

Miss Mary Caven, Toronto, York (2) 
Minnie Donnelly, Toronto, York 

Sec. 1&—Pen and Ink Sketch 

Miss E. Robertson, Colbome, Northam- 
berland 

Sec. 16 — Portrait in Light and Shade 

Miss E. Robertson, Colbome, Northum- 
berland 

Sec. 17 — Pencil Drawing 
Miss M. F. Ross, Toronto, York 
Miss Emma Kennedy, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 19— Extras 

Mrs. E. Brodie, Toronto, York: Photo- 
graph in Oil, collection of 

Emma Kennedy, Toronto, York : Crayon 
Copy of Animals 

Miss Mitchell, Toronto, York : Photo- 
graphs painted 



CLASS LIII — Sculpture, Photography, 
Mechanical Drawing, Engraving and 
Architecture 

Photography. 
Sec. IG — Portraits, collection of, colored 
Mrs. E. Brodie, Toronto, York 
F. M. Bell-Smith, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 17 — Portraits, collection of, plain 
P. H. Dufresne, Toronto, York 



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MANUFACTtTBES AND INDUSTEIAIi 
DEPABTMENT. 



GLASS LIV— Iron and Wood Working 
Machinery, Pumps, Toola and Railway 
Appliances, &o. 

Part 1— Stiam Ekoinkb Ain> ComrKcrioNS 
Sec. I — Engine and BMer, portable, in 
operation 
E. Leonard & Son, London, Middlesex 
B. Whitelaw, Woodstock, Oxford 

Sec, 2— Engine and Boiler Jifountingt, an 
tusortment 

Jas Morrison, Toronto, York 
Sec. 6 — Steam Engine, common tlide valve, 
Q-horse pouter and upioard, in (^ration 

E. Leonard St Son, London, Middlesex 
Sec. 8 — Extras 

Jas. Morrison, Toronto, Vork: Brass Cast- 
ings, assortment of, for Engine and 
Boiler mounting 

Charles Field, Toronto, York : 2 Pressure 
Blowers 

Part 2— Wood Workimo MAOHiifERr 
Sec. 9— Band Saw 

Ooldie & MoCnlloch, Gait, Waterloo 
Sec. 10— Barrel Machines, set 

Joseph Wright, Harriston, Wellington 
Sec. 15 — Moulding Machine, single head 

Cowan k Co., Oalt, Waterloo 

Sec. 16 — Planing and Matching Machine, 
single 

Cowan Si Co., Oalt, Waterloo 
Sac. 19— Scroll Saw 

W. M. Sears, Toronto, York 
Sec. 20 — Shaping Machine 

Cowan &; Co., Oalt, Waterloo 
Sec. 22 — Tenoning Machine 

Cowan & Co., Oalt, Waterloo 
Sec. 2&— Extras 

E. L. Eastman & Company, Boston, 
Mass. : Mitreing Machine (2) 

Cowan St Co., Oalt, Waterloo: Emery 
Grinder ; Mitreing Machine (hand) ; 
Mitreing Machine (foot) ; Carriage Cut- 
off Saw ; Post Boring Machine ; Panel 
Baising Head Arbor and Guide ; Double 
Surface Plane Matcher and Moulder 
combined ; Hand Tools for metal and 
wood 

J. Westman, Toronto, York : Foot-power 
Circular and Jig Saw 

Charles Field, Toronto, York : Pendulum 
Power Press 



Part 4— Maohimbi vor Flour Miu« 

Sec. 39— Middlings Pur\fier 
Consolidated Purifier Co., Toronto, York 

Part 5— Machinis vor Saw Mills 

Sec. 41— Circular Saw and Frame 
Watorons Engine Company, Brantford, 
Brant 

Sec. 62— Extras 
W. Pollard, Toronto, York 

Part 6— Hand Tools for Mktal akd Wood 

Sec. 62— Extras 
J. Westman, Toronto, York: Portable 
Forge 

Part 7— Firk and Service Pumps 

Sec. 65 — Fire Engine, stationary steam 
Dundas Tool Works, Dundas, Wentworth 

Sec. 68 — Pump, centrifugal 
Heald Lisco & Co., per Ridout, Aird ft 
Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 69 — Pump, Steam, for water works ser- 
vice 

Dundas Tool Works, Dundas, Wentworth 
Sec. 70 — Pump, Steam, for boiler feeding 
Dundas Tool Works, Dundas, Wentworth 

Sec. 71 — Pump Power 
Thompson & Williams Mfg. Co., Stratford, 
Perth 

Sec. 74 — Pump, Hand, for farm service. Wood 

Henry Diebel, Tavistock, Huron (3) 
Sec. 76— Extras 

Dundas Tool Works, Dundas, Wentworth : 
Chain Puinps, assortment of ;| Water 
Fall ; Machine for miscellaneous pur- 
poses 

Ontario Pump Co., Toronto, York: Force 
Pump, Wood, for hand use 

Part 8 — ^Machines for Miscellaneous 
purfoses. 

Sec. 78 — Brick Making Machine 
George S. Tiffiany, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 8) — Drain 'file Making Machine 
George S. Tiffiany, London, Middlesex 

Sec. 89— Wind Mill, in operation 
W. Robertson, Oakville, Halton 



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Sec. 90— Water Wheel 

Ruuell & MoCulljf, Watenlown, Went- 
worth • 

Sec, 92 — Printing Press, hatui 
Job. C. Dodgo, Toronto, York 



See. 9(^Sxtras qf Part 8 

0. H. Soale, Toronto, York: Hand Te- 
bacoo Cutter 

Past 9— Rialwat Applianois. 
Sec. 102 — Autonuitic Car Coupler 
ThomM Muir, London, Middlencx 



MECHANICAL AND METAL WOEK 

(MISC^JLLANEOUS). 



CLASS LV. 

Part 1 — Bklls, Firk Arhs, Outlkbt, 
ScALXS, Hardware, &c. 

Sec. 3 — Fire Arms, assortment 

W. N. Cooper, Toronto, York 
Sec. 9— Skates 

Henry Ashton, Toronto, York (2; 
Sec. \Z -Water FiUerer 

£. Freeman, Brantford, Brant 
Sec. 22— Extras 

W. Wilkie, Ouelph, Wellington: Egg 
Beaters 

P. Patterson & Son, Toronto, York: Irons 

A. Andrews, Don, York : Comwell's Pad- 
lock from Vault 

W. M. Adams, Toronto, York: Patent 
Draw Bolt 

Henry Ashton, Toronto, York : Drill Face 
Stick ; Can Openers ; Potato Planter 

Part 2— Gas Fixtures, Shkst Metal, 
Wire Wobk, &c. 

Sec. 38 — Wire Work, an assortment 
H. B. Ives & Co., Montreal, P. Q 

Sec. iO^Extras 
Matthew Howies, Hamilton, Wentworth, 

for St. Louis Stamping Co.: Granite 

Iron Ware, assortment of 
James Morrison, Toronto, York, Plumbers' 

Brass Work, finished, assortment of ; 

Brass Castings for Plumbers' Work, as- 

sortmoot of, 
Joseph Philips, Toronto, York : Canadian 

Air Gas Machine 

Part 3— Gold and Silvebsmiths' Work, 
Plated Ware, Clocks, &c. 

Sec. 44— .Bfec<ro Plated Ware 
Matthew Howies, for Manning, Bowman 
& Co., Hamilton, Wentwortn 

Sec. ^i— Watch Cases 
Thomas Russell & Son, Toronto, York 



Sec. Al—Ea:tras 

Thomas Russell & Son, Toronto, York: 
Watches, assortment of 

Part 4— Stoves, Gratis, Hollow-wabb, &r 

Sec. 17 — Hot Air Furnace, stationary 

J. Carmichael, Oshawa, Ontario 

Sec. ^l— Extras 

W. Wilkie, Guelph, WellingtoQ : Smooth- 
ing Irons 

Part 6— Castiwos. 

Sec. 2&— Oast-iron Woirk, ornamental, for 
fences, <fcc. 

H. R. Ives & Co., Montreal, P. Q. 

Sec. 2&— Extras 

H. R. Ives A Co., Montreal, P. Q.: Om«i- 

mental Iron Castings, Iron Bedstead, 

Iron Pamiture 

CLASS LVI — Carriages, Sleighs, and parts 
thereof, etc. 

Sec. 1 — Carriage Hack 

Hutchinson & Bums, Toronto, York 
Sec. 2 — Carriage, Two-Horse Pleasure 

Hutchinson k Bums, Toronto, Yoak 

Sec. 4 — Buggy, double-mated uncovered, for 
one or two horses 

Hutchinson 4; Bums, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6 — Buggy, single-seated, uncovered 
Johnson & Brown, Toronto, York 
Hutchinson & Burns, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Pony Phaeton, covered 
Johnson & Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Pony Phaeton, uncovered 
Johnson & Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 12 — Cutter, otie-korse, pleasure 
P. Filman, Hamilton, Wentworth 

Seo. 22 — Springs, assortment, 3 sets 

Guelph Carriage Goods Co., Gnelpb, Wel- 
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Hauden ft White. Picton, P. E. Co. 
and Hhaft Coupler (Exceliior) 

Guelph Carriage Goods Co., Guelpb, Wel- 
lington : Portable Carriage Top ; Iron 
Baggy Gearing ; Silver, Japanned and 
GoloDaah Moulding ; Sheet Iron Buggy 
Seata ; Eureka Anti-ahaft Rattler 

J. B. Armatrong k Co., Guelph, Welling- 
ton : Former's Platform Carriage, Light 
Platform Carriage, Armstrong Carriage 

O'Donohoe k Douglas, Toronto, York: 
Hearse 

Jaiues Warnock, Gait, Waterloo : Open 
Itoad Waggon 

CLASS LVII.— Knitting and Sewing 
Machines 

Sec. 3 — Sewing Machine, Manufacturing 
W. Wilkie, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 4 — Sewing Machine, family 
W. Wilkie, Guelph, Wellington 

Sec. 7 — Sewing Machine, tingle thread 
W. Wilkie, Guelph, Wellington 

CLASS LVIII— Wearing i^parel. Flax, 
Hump, and Cotton Goods 

Weariko Apparbl 
Sec. 11 — Olovea and Mits, Kid 
A. Pion & Co., per Hallam, Toronto, York 

Sec. 18 — 'S'mi^, gentleman's, Canada cloth 

W. S. Finch, Toronto, York 
Sec. 19 — Suit, Boy's, Canada cloth 

E. Ferryman, Toronto, York 

Cotton Goods 

Sec. 29 — Beam Warps, assortment 
William Parks &; Son, St. Johuis, N.B. 

Sotf. 38 — Yams, assorted colors, 5 Ihs. each 
William Parks & Son, St. Johns, N.B. 

Sec. i2— Extras 
Western Corset Works, Windsor, Essex : 

Corsets 
David Mitchell, St. Thomas, Elgin ; Quilts, 

assortment of 
Western Corset Works, Windsor, Essex : 

Corsets 
David Mitchell, St. Thomas, Elgin: Quilts, 

assortment of 
R. Rutherford & Co., Toronto, York: 

Gents' Clothing, assortment of 
John Penman, per D. Morrice & Co., Paris, 

Brant: White Glove Lining, Scarlet 

Glove Lining 
R. Walker & Sons, Toronto, York : Boys' 

White Dress Shirts, assortment of 
E. Ferryman, Toronto, Yqrk: Boy's Suit 



CLASS LIX-WooUen Good* 

See. 3 — Blankets, white, 2 pain 
Empire Woollen Mills, per Bryoe, 
MoMurrich k Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. 4 — Blankets, grey, 2pair$ 
Empire Woollen Mills, per Bryce, 
MoMurrich k Co., Toronto, York 

See. 14 — Serge, colored, 3 pieeet 
W. H. WyUe, Cariton Place, Lwiark 
(other entry withdrawn) 

Seo. 16 — Tweeds, winter, assortment cf 6 
pieces 

W. H. WyUe, Carlton Place, Lanark 
Gault Bros k Co., Montreal, P.Q. 

Sec. 17 — Tweeds, summer, assortment of 6 
pieces 

Empire Woollen Mills, per Bryoe, Mc- 
Murrich k Co., Toronto, York 

Seo. 22 — Yarn, made from Merino or Foreign 
Wool, white, dyed, aiul mixtures, 6 lbs. 
each 

Adams, Hackland k Co., per D. Morrice 
k Co., Paris, Brant 

Sec. 23 — Yarn, combed, white, dyed, ajul 
mixtures, 6 lbs. each 

John Penman, Paris, Brant 

Sec. 24 — Yarn, 4-Ply Fingering, white, col- 
ored, and mixtures, 6 lbs. 

John Penman, per D. Morrice k Co., 

Paris, Brant 
Adams, Hackland k Co., per D. Morrice 

k Co., Paris, Brant 

Sec. 25— Extras 

Smith k Wilby, Toronto, York : President 
B«aver Overcoating 

Knitted Goods. 

Seo. 30 — Hose, Ladies' and Misses', plain 
and ribbed, assortment, J dozen of each 
Adams, Hackland & Co., per D. Morrice 
k Co., Paris, Brant 

Seo. 36— Extras 

John Penman, per D. Morrice k Co., Paris, 

Brant : Ladies' Vests and Drawers ; 

Boys' Shirts and Drawers 
Adams, Hackland 4; Co., per D. Morrice 

k Co., Paris, Brant: Ladies Vests and 

Drawers 

CLASS LX — Boots and Shoes, Leather, &c. 

Seo. 4 — An assortment of Men's, Boys' and 
Youths' Boots and Shoes, of 1 doz. pairs 
each, pegged 

Leggatt, Johnson k Co., Montreal, P.Q. 



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Bryoe, 
>rk 

Bryoe, 
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Lanark 

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,nark 
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•yoe, Mc- 

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or Foreign 
res, 6 lbs. 

). Morrico 
dyed, and 

white, col- 

le k Co., 
Morrice 

1 President 



fea\ plain 
of each 
Morrice 



J., Paris, 
drawers ; 

Morrice 
teats and 



ler, &c. 

'toys' and 
pairs 

P.Q. 



8«0. 7 — An Assortment of Boot and Shoe 
Uppers, Men's, Boys', Women's, Misses', 
Child's and Youth's, of 6 pair each,JiUed 
Diokey k Mitchell, Toronto, York 

Shormakirs Tools amu Stock 
Sec. 19 — Sheepskin Liniitgs, Rassett, 1 doz. 
G. & H. Jaokaon, Egmondville, Huron (2) 

Sec. 20 — Sheepskin Linings, coloured, 1 doz. 
assorted colours 
J. H. Mooney & Son, per J. Hallam, 
Toronto. York 

Sec. 21 — Sole LecUher, Spanish, 2 sides 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto, York 
Sec. 22— Sole Leather, Shuyhter, 2 sides 

Beardmore & Co., Toronto, York 
Sec. 26— Extras 
A. Pion & Co., per J. Hallam, Toronto, 
York: 1 doz. Calf Kid; 1 doz. Shoe 
Kid, white ; 1 doz. Glove Kid, black 
S. S. NeMTton, per 0. Moore ft Co., Toronto, 
York: Kid PoUsher 

CLASS LXI— Saddlery.Engine Ho8e,Trunk- 
mcker'a Work, Leather, &o. 

Sec. 9— Leather Machine Belting, an asuort- 
ment of 
Porter & Sarage, Montreal, P. Q. 
H. L. Fairbrother & Co., Toronto York 

Saddle and Harness Stock 
Sec. \Z— Saddle, Plain 
Lugadin &; Bamett, Toronto, York 

Sec. 26— £ace Leather, 30 lbs. 

Porter & Savage, Montreal, P. Q. 
Sec. SID— Leather, oak tanned, assortment of 

Porter k Savage, Montreal, P. Q. 

Sec. 31 — Extras 
Armstrong & Co., Oakville, Halton : 2 
sides Bbnker 

CLASS LXII— Cabinet Ware, Hollow|Ware, 
Brushes, &;c. 

MiSCELLANEOCS 

Sec. 25— ClotJies Wringer 
Hamilton Mfg. Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 2&— Mangle 
Hamilton Mfg. Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 27 — Washing Machine 
Hamilton Mfg. Co., Hamilton, Wentworth 

Sec. 29— Turned Hollow Wooden Ware, 
assortment 
Charles Boeckh b Son, Toronto, York 
Thomas Moore, CooksviUe, Halton 



Sec. 30— Willow Ware, 6 spseimens 

Charlea Boeckh k Son, Toronto, York 
Sec. 3\— Extras 

P. Patterson k Co., Toronto, York ; 

Spring Bed 
H. Morris, Wallaceburg, Ontario : Elm 

Hoops, assortment of 
Wm. D. Topp, Dundas, Wentworth: 

Largo Self-acting Swinu, Small Sulf- 

aotiiig Swing, Small Self-acting Swin^ 

for I^wn 
W. G. Perry k Co., Toronto, York: 

Imperial Noiseless Spring Bod 
William B. Morris, Ottawa, Carleton: 

(Jhinmey Sweeping Machine 

CLASS LXIII— Musical Instrumento 
Sec. 7 — Organ, parlor with reeds 
J. L. Skirrow, Toronto, York 

Sec. 8 — Piano, grand 

Edman Brown, Montreal, P. Q. 
Sec. 12 — Extra entries 

Jas. Brownley, Toronto, York : Banjos, (2) 

Dingman, Stickney k Co., Toronto, York : 

Organette — new — for Exhibition only 

CLASS LXIV— Building Materials, .Joiners' 
Work, Painting, Work in Marble, Pot- 
tery, &c. 

Sec. 1 — Brickf, pressed, 1 dozen 

Edward Hales, Alvinston, Lambton 

Sec. 2 — Bricks, kiln burnt, 1 dozen 
Thomas Nightingale, Yorkville, York 

Sec. 12— Sign WrUing 
Seth N. Hicks, Montreal, P. Q. 

Sec. 21 — Doors, Sft. x 7 ft., with frames and 
trimmings, hardwood, blind nailed, locks, 
<tc. (no varnish) 

Rathbun & Son, per W. McSpadden, 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 24 — Boxed Window Frames, sash and 
trimmings, for 4 lights, 18 in. x 3(5 in. glass 
(no stopping or painting), all made by 
hand, and by apprentices of not over 4 
years' standing 

H. B. Rathbun & Son, per W. McSpadden, 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 28 — Graining, in any wood 

Henry Holladay, Buffalo, N. Y. (3) 

Sec. aiO—Netoel Post 

H. B. Rathbun k Son, per W. McSpadden, 
Toronto, York 

Sec. 31— Six-fold inside Shutters, hinged, Ac. 

H. B. Rathbun k Son,/>er W. McSpadden, 
Toronto, York 



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8«a M—Turiunf/ in Wood, eolketUm of 
apteiuwim 

H. R. K«tli)>iin h 8011, per W. MoSpMhlen, 
T(»ronto, York 

Sec. 8&—Extmii 
M. J. HyiiM ft bro., Toronto, York: 

Motalliu I>ath 
JftiueH Wright, Muutroal, P. Q.: P*rquot 

Flooritiu 
Henry liittl>el, Tftviatuok, Perth: 8olf- 

opening Huh 

CLASS TiXV—Bookbindtng, Printing, 
Paper, Penmsnahip, fto. 

Sec. 9 — Paper Hnnyinyg, jenrral (UMrtment, 
all yrmUii, Canadian inanufacturt 
M. Staunton k Co., Toronto, York 

Sec. \%— Extra entrien 
Woodward, (irant ft Co., Toronto, York : 

EinboBsing Preaaes in motion 
J. M. Jacobs, Montreal, P. Q. : Patent 

Lithogram 
Peter Ford, Gordon's Mills, Hastings : 

CLASS .LXVI— Chemical Manufactures, 
Pharmaceutical Preparations, ftc. 

Sec. 3 — Petroleum ProUncta, ecllei'tion 

Waterman Bros., London, Middlesex 
Sec. 6 — Olue and Gelatine 

Mark B. Thomas, Dundaa, Wentworth (2) 
Sec. 11 — Liimeed oil, raw 

J. J. LdTingston, Baden, Waterloo 
Sec. \2—0il Cake, sample 

J. J. Livingston, Baden, Waterloo 

Sec. 14 — Luhrie.atinij Oilit, colkction of 
Waterman Bros., London, Middlesex 

Sec. \%— Extra entries 
George Honeybone, Rochester, N. Y. : 

Golden Medal (Jompound 
ThoB. Piper, Palermo, Halton : Fertilizer 

(manufactured). Insect Exterminator, 

Mineral Paints, assortment of 
A. Norman, Toronto, York : Electric 

Appliances 
Waterman Bros., London, Middlesex: 

Parratin Wax, high test Burning Oils, 

Plumbago Oils, Parraiin Candles, Par- 

raiin Oils 
Samuel Rogers, Toronto, York: Glass 

Tank 
W. P. McLaren, Watford, Lambton : 

Writing Inks 

CLASS LXVII— Philosophical and Surgical 
Instruments and Appliances 

See. b—Trwtet and Orthopedic Appliattces 
Charles Cluthe, Hamilton, Weutw or h 



CLASS LXyill-Eoooomio Min«rds, and 
Industries relating thereto 

Sec. 19 — Phonfthote qf Lime, nativ* tol- 
Uetion of varieties 
R. Pollick, Toronto, York 

CLASS LXIX— Natural History. Birds, 
Inse«ts, Plants, Fish, ftc 

See. 2 — Birds, colUetion of Stvffal^ fif any 
country 

E. Bailey, Toronto, York 
Sec. \^— Extras 
Mrs Uo<lgin, Toronto, York ; Batterflies, 
collection of 

GLASS LXX.— Ladies' Work: Lace, Em 
broidery. Needlework, fto. 

Sec. 1 — Applique Work 
A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 2— Bead Work, Bracket 
Mrs. Pender, Toronto, York 
Mrs. C. Murdoch, Toronto, York 
Robert Cathcart, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 3 — Beait Work, CItairs or Ottomans 
Miss C. Mara, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Peniston, Toronto, York 
Mrs. C. Murdoch, Toronto, York 

Sec. 6— Crewel Work 
A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 
Mrs. A. Strachan, Toronto, York 

Sec. 7 — Cushion, Sofa 
A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 
Miss M. Halpin, Toronto, Y'ork (2) 
Mrs. Lenty, Burnhamthorpe, Peel 

Sec. 0— Crochet Work, in cotton, Tidys 
Miss. E. M. White, Toronto, York 
Mrs. W. BeU, York MilU, York 
Mrs. Chittenden, Toronto, York (4) 
Miss li. Smith, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Bland, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Glover, Toronto, York 

Sec. 10 — Composition Pictures 
A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, Y'ork 

Sec. 11 — Darning, best specimen 

Mrs. J. B. Allen, Toronto, York 
Mrs. W. Bell, York Mills, York 
A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 13 — Embroidery in Silk 
Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, Toronto, York 

Sec. 15 — Embroidery, Soman 

A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Fancy Work, any kind, for childrm 
under 12 years of age 

Annie Jones, Toronto, York 
Miniiie Brown, Toronto, York 



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York 



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fork (2) 
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York 
York (4) 
Lrk 



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York 
■York 
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95 



S«o, n~Faney Work, h«H eolleHion qf, not 
IfM than 8 varietkt 

Mn. Heaalip, Toronto, York 
Miu UeMlip, Torunto, York 

Sec. 20— Lace, Point 

Mn. A. F. Dwyer,'Toronto, York 

Hec. 21— Laee, Twine 

Miu Ma^o likidlaw, Toronto, York 
Miu Kittiu IVtyil, Bubonyguon, PuU^rlNiro' 
MiM M. McLaren, Huuiltun, Wentwurth 
MiM Uaitwood, Toronto, York 

Sec. 23— Z»amp M<U 

Mill Williamion, Toronto, York 
Annie Jonea, Toronto, York 

Sec. 26—ModeUmg of a Butt in Clay, by a 
Lady 

A. H. Heaalip, Toronto, York 
8eo. 26 — Machine Sewing, family 
Mrs. Brodie, Toronto, York 

Sec. 27— yrtting, fancy 
Mrs. M. M. Martin, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 28 — Slippem, in wortted or tilk 
A. M. Heailip, Toronto, York 
Miss Glendinning, Watford. Lambton 

Sec. 29 — Sewing, plain, children under 12 
yeart of age 

Aniiio Jones, Toronto, Yerk 

Minnie Brown, Toronto, York 
See. 30 — Setoing, plain, by hand 

A. H. Heaalip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 31 — Shirt, man's, hand made 
Mrs. VV. BeU, York Mills, York 

8eo. 32 — Shirt, man'$, machine mad* 
Annie Cunan, Toronto, York 
Miss Bradley, Toronto, York 

Sec. 34 — Society Regalia 
Annie Jones, Toronto, York 
Minnie Brown, Toronto, York 

Sec. 35— Tlo^inff 
Miss M. A.. Rush, Toronto, York 

Sec. m— Work Basket 
Mrs. Bowden, Brampton, Peel 
Miss M. S. McDonald, Toronto, York 
Miss A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 
Sec. Zl— Extras 
Mrs. E. J. Irwin, Newmarket, York: 

Floral Mottoea 
Miss C Mara, Toronto, York 
Mrs. Lenty, Burnhamtliorpe, F^el, Woolen 

Tidy 
Mrs. Ellis, Toronto, York: Wreath of 

Zephyr Flowers 
Mrs. R. Maule, Toronto, York*: Fender 

Stool, Wool Work 



Mr*. Wm. Jaokaa, YorkvUlo, York: 

Hraiding in Cotton 
Miss Oilnior, Toronto, York: Work iii 

Wool and Milk 
Kol)ert t'athoart, Toronto, York: BomI 

WorkFondora (2) 

CLASS LXXI— LMliea' Work (oontinaed): 
Wax Work. BwUn Wool Work, Flowon, 
Knitting, &a. 

Sec. I — Afghan Carringt 
Mn. 0. 0. Scales, Toronto, York 

See. 2— Berlin Wool Work, for framing 

Mn. C. Brodie, Toronto, York 
Mn. J. F. Hart, Don Mount, York 
Miss M. Halpin, Toronto, York (2) 
Miaa Mary Ann McManna, Montreal, 
P. Q. (2) 
Sec. 6 — Counterpanes, Crotcjfet 
MiftH Htrickland, Osfaawa, Ontario 
Ootavia M. Parks, VVattirclown, Wentworth 

Sec. 6 — Counterpanes, Knitted i 

Miss C. Mara, Toronto, York (2) 
Octavia M. Parks, Waterdown,\Veatworth 

Sec. 7 — Fancy Jar 

A. H. Heaalip, Toronto, York 
A. M. Heosbp, do do 

Sec. 10 — Hair Flowers 

Miss Sarah Watson, Malton, Poel 
See. 12 — Knitting, Fancy 

Mrs. W. Bell, York MUls, York 

Miss Minnie BeU, do do 

Octavia M. Porks, Waterdown, Wentwortli 

Sec. 15 — Moss Work 
Miss Heaalip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 16 — Plait for Bonnets or Hats, of 
Canadian Straw 

Miss Annie Jones, Toronto, York 

Sec. 17 — Quilt, cotton jmtchtoork 

Mrs. James Malcolm, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 18 — Quilt, cloth patchwork 
Miss Williamson, Toronto, York 
C. Riddy, Toronto, York 

Sec. 19 — QuiU, silk patchwork 

Joseph Tully, Peterboro', Peterboro' 
Miss Williamson, Toronto, York (2) 

Sec. 20— Rag Carpel 
Mn. Eliza Hare, Toroato, York 

Sec. 21— Rag Mat 

Mn. Bland, Toronto, York 
Sec. 22— Seed Wreath 

Wj» Williamr<on, Toronto, York 



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111 



Sec. 24 — Shirts or Drawers, Knitted, hand 
maiU 

A. M. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 25 — Socks, Fancy, for children 
Mrs. W. Bell, York Milk, York 
Miss Minnie Bell, York Mills, York 

Sec. 26 — Socks, knit by hand, 3 pairs 
Miss Minnie Bell, York Milla, York 
Mrs. Lenty, Burubamthorpe, Peel 

Sec. 2T - Stockiwjs, knit by hand, 3 pairs 
Miss Minnie Bell, York Mills, York 

Sec. 28 — Stockings or Socks knit by a girl 
under 12 years 

Minnie Brown, Toronto, York 
Sec. 29 — Wax Work, ornamental 

A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 
Sec. 32 — Wax Work, Figures 

A. H. Heaalip, Toronto, York 

Miss A. M. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 33 — Wax Work, Canadian Autumn 
Ltama 

A. H. Heaslip, Toronto, York 
A. M. Heaslip, Toronto, York 

Sec. 35 — Woolkn Oloves, 3 pairs 

Miss Lenty, Buruhamthorpe, Peel 
Sec. 2(i— Extras 

Miss A. E. Andrews, Toronto, York : But- 
tons, collection of 

Diiigman, Stickney & Co., Toronto, York : 
Toilet Masks. For exhibition only 

J. W. (rale, Toronto, ^ork : Assortment 
of Fancy Toilet Articles 

Miss Mary ( Jalder, Ellesmere, York : 
Crotchet Quilt 

Fred. Hill, Toronto, York : Ships in Ber- 
lin Wool 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ross : Berlin Wool Bead 
Work 

Mrs. William .Jackes, Yorkville, York : 
Braiding on Cotton 

Miss M. McDonald, Toronto, York : 
Bead Work, Baimerette ; Wool & Silk 
Work 

Mrs. R. Murray, Toronto, York : Red 
(h-ystal Cross ; Painted Mottoes (2) ; 
Painted Verses ; Crotchet Shawl 

Mrs. E. J. Scales, Toronto, York : Knit- 
ted Shawl 

Mrs. S. F. McMaster, Toronto, York : 
Embroidered Mat on Canvas ; Fancy 
Screen 

Octavia M. Parks, Waterdown, Went- 
worth : Cushion, Silk Patchwork : Cro- 
chet Work in Wool 

Mrs. A. Price, Toronto, York : Bonnet ; 
Feathers 



CLASS LXXII — Groceries and ProviBions 

Sec. 9 — Canned Meats, assortiitent 
W. Clark, Montreal, P. Q (5) 

Sec. 13 — Confectionary, fancy 
James Allen, Toronto, York 

Sec. 11 —Oatmeal, Standard, 25 lbs 
Martin & Sons, Mount Foreat, Welling- 
ton (4) 

Sec. 26— Wheat Flour, 50 lbs 
John Wright, Owen Sound, Grey 

Sec. 28— Extra Entries 

Mrs. D. P. Ross, Toronto, York : Tomato 

Catsup 
S. J. Seacord, Toronto, York : Tea 
AVaterloo Yeast Co., per J. Bucklee, 

Toronto, York : Dry Hop Yeast 
Cottelle Freres, Montreal, P. Q. : Biacuits, 

fancy, assortment of 
Mrs. Lenty, Burnhamthorpe, Peel : Home 

Made Hard Soap 
Judd Bros. & Co., Windsor: Dry Ho)) 

Yeast 
W. Clark, Montreal, P. Q. : Sausages in 

Skins, assortment of 
S. S. Newton, per C. Moore & Co., 

Toronto, York : Bengal Bluing 
R. Maude Carr, HamUton and Toronto, 

Wentworth and York: CoflFee, Mustard, 

Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Allspice, 

Ciinger, Cr. Tartar 

CLASS LXXIII— Honey, Sugar, Bacon, &c 
Sec. 2 — Honey, jar of clear 
D. A. Jones, Becton, Simcoe (2) • 

Sec. 7 — Side of Cured Bacon 

F. & R. Baby, Lambtbn Mills, York 

Sec. 9— Extras 

D. A. Jones, Beeton, Simcoe: Largest 
display of Honey ever made, largest 
variety of Honey with named source, 
Artificial Comb Foundation, Honey 
Extractor, Bee Hive, Queen Cage 



CLASS LXXIV— Tobacco and Cigars 

Sec. — Best display of styles and ^aKfu.s of 
Chewing Tobaccos 

J. E. Saxton, per Penistoii & Langar, 
Toronto, York 

Bee. 9 — Extras 

Augustus Roberts, Toronto, York : 
(.'igarettes, collection of 



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INDEX TO THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE AUTHORIZED CATALOGUE. 



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: Tomato 

fea 

Bucklee, 
wt 
; Biecuits, 

)el: Home 

Dry Hop 

auaages in 

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I, Mustanl, 

Allspice. 



Bacon, &c 



2) 



^'■ork 



Largest 
s, largest 
fed Eource, 
1, Honey 
page 

I Cigars 
ttalitu'^ of 

Langar, 



fork : 



i 



Class. Page. 

1. Thoroughbred Horses 73 

2. Roadster Hocses, for driving or the saddle, l$^ hands and under 73 

3. Carriage Horses, animals 3 years old and upwards, to be over 15^^ hands 74 

4. Hor.=«s for Agricultural Purposes, exclusive of Clydesdales and Suffolks 74 

5. Heavy Draught Horses, imported or bred from pure imported Heavy Draught Stock. . 7$ 

6. Lady and Boy Riders 75 

7. Special Premiums — Horses 75 

8. Durham Cattle 75 

10. Devon Cattle 76 

11. Ayrshire Cattle 76 

13. Jersey or Aldemey Cattle 77 

15. Grade Cattle 77 

16. Fat Cattle, any breed 77 

1 7. Cotswold Sheep ; 18. Leicester Sheep ; 19. Lincoln Sheep 77 

20. Southdown Sheep 7° 

21. Shropshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire Down Sheep 7^ 

22. Fat Sheep 7^ 

23. Improved Berkshire Pigs 7^ 

24. Suffolk Pigs ; 25. Essex Pigs ; 26. Yorkshire and other large breed Pigs 79 

27. Poultry— Fowls 79 

28. Chickens 81 

29. Turkeys, Geese and Ducks 83 

30. Poultry' — Ornamental 83 

31. Pigeons 83 

32. Cage Birds 84 

33. Poultry Appliances 85 

34. Fancy and Hunting Dogs 85 

35- Cats 85 

36. Agricultural Implements 85 

37. Agricultural Implements for cultivating and sowing the soil, horse, steam or other power 86 

38. Agricultural Implements and Machines for Harvesting 86 

39. Agricultural Tools and Implements, chiefly for hand use 86 

40. Field Grains, Hops, &c 86 

42. Field Roots 86 

43. Butter, Cheese and Dairy Utensils 86 

44. Fruit — Nurserymen's List ; 45. General List 87 

46. Fruit — Plums, Peaches, Grapes, &c 88 

48. Garden Vegetables 88 

49. Plants, Flowers, Rustic Work, &c 88 

51. Oil Paintings by Professional Artists ; 52. Oil Paintings by Amateurs 89 

53. Sculpture, Photograpy, Mechanical Drawing, Engraving and Architectuio 89 

54. Iron and Wood Working Machinery, Pumps, Tools, and Railway Appliances, &c. . 90 

55. Mechanical and Metal Work (miscellaneous) 91 

55. Carriages, Sleighs, and parts thereof, &c 91 

57. Knitting and Sewing Machines 92 

58. Wearing Apparel, Flax, Hemp, and Cotton Goods 92 

59. Woollen Gootls 92 

60. Boots and Shoes, Leather, &c 92 

61. Saddlery, Engine Hose, Trunk-Makers' Work, Leather, &c 93 

62. Cabinet Ware, Hollow Ware, Brushes, &c 93 

63. Musical Instruments 93 

64. Building Materials, Joiners' Work, Painting, Work in Marble, Pottery, &c 93 

65. Bookbinding, Printing, Paper, Penmanship, &c 94 

66. Chemical Manufactures, Pharmaceutical Preparations, &c 94 

67. Philosophical and Surgical Instruments and Appliances 94 

68. Economic Minerals, and Industries relating thereto 94 

69. Natural History, Birds, Insects, Plants, Fish, &c 94 

70. Ladies' Work : Lace, Embroidery, Needlework, &c 94 

71. Ladies' Work (continued) : Wax Work, Berlin Wool Work, Flowers, Knitting, &c. . . 95 

72. Groceries and Provisions 96 

73. Honey, Sugar, Bacon, &c 96 

74. Tobacco and Cigars 96 



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